NC artist Kate Rhudy performs on WRAL’s morning news after a Q&A session with WRAL anchor Ken Smith. Rhudy is a graduate of Raleigh Charter High School and attends Appalachian High School.
and welcome back. Are you watching the deep app live and in a couple of weeks, that diamond will be filled with live music because it will be that music festival time? It will feature loads of live music from bands from right here in North Carolina and we’re so happy to be joined by one of that music festival’s titles this morning. Welcome to our kate Rudy kate program. It’s nice to see you listen. You have been named one of the sharpest young songwriters in the triangle what inspires your music, other music, probably my friends and their music and the music that they write and that they can manage from me, my friends and the music industry. services and thus simply living daily life. Yes. And music is our life, right? We still release an album. Tell us about the journey to get that music out. Well, it took about five years from my last record to make another one. Um, it’s called Dream Rooms and I know the songs range from eight years to about a year. So just a little time to come. It’s like a very fast journey. What do you think that music festival would do for the local music scene? Well, it’s the first time they have it in my opinion. I just found out. I’m not sure I don’t know before, but I think it will highlight a lot of North Carolina music and how important North Carolina is to American music. Well, you’ll grace us with some of your music. What is the song you will play from your new album? A song called Ships in the Night. Ladies and gentlemen, Kate Rudy. Thank you. I came myself for an electric blanket. Stay because I haven’t gotten to thank you yet. I think you like not seeing yourself inside. I have had some trouble and I am driving a new used car, broken headlights but so far I have not stopped. I think I’d like to leave you behind, if only to wish you like ships in the night without seeing you inside. Yes, I remember falling in love. I remember falling in love. I remember falling in love, falling in love. That music festival that takes place in the depths, on the weekend of June 24th and 25th. You can of course get tickets and more information at that dot net station. And of course on wRL dot com, kate Rudy will be back in our second half hour offering more live music. We can’t wait for you to arrive in Nicaea. This will be a great platform for local artists, making music right here in our state