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After being rejected by her top music school choices, Catalina's teacher in Santiago, Chile, told her, "You're not staying...If you're gonna stay, you're gonna get stuck, and you're never gonna leave." So Catalina applied to five more schools and was accepted to all of them, prompting her move to Connecticut to attend the University of New Haven for Music and Sound Recording.
Fast forward a few years and she is now living in Nashville, TN with her husband, Jon, working on writing music inspired by Soul, Blues, and Motown. Her latest release "Blood, Sweat, Tears," was released on May 26, 2017 and it's SO GOOD! It's impossible to listen to without tapping your feet! It's a song about Catalina's journey from Chile to Nashville and the realization that it's not the place you're currently in that makes you who you are..."So easy to say goodbye, I'm running from the pull, I don't know why, Spent so many miles in search for, in search for, What's in my blood, sweat, tears." ...It's all about home and where you come from at the end of the day.
If you like to move and dance, Catalina is your next favorite artist! Find more at her website: www.catalinamusic.net
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