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Katianne Timko is an acoustic, folk/pop singer/songwriter who blasted into the Ohio music scene in 2011. She grew up performing in musical theatre, but soon became unsatisfied always performing other people’s songs. She began studying the guitar and writing her own lyrics as a way to express herself while making sense out of life’s messy situations. She soon caught the attention of venues, musicians and fans alike.

In her first year of performing her own original material, she has already performed at Ballyhoo Music Festival, LemonRock Presents, Mojo’s ShamRock 2011, and been featured on Clear Channel radio’s “The Homegrown Show” and Rookery Radio. Katianne has played with such notable acts as Grammy Award nominated Jann Klose, Vermont’s Heather Maloney, Woodson, and national touring bands The Zou and The Robbie Jay Band. The first lady of the Americana Rock Co., Katianne has just finished her first release - the “What I Wanted” EP produced by Pete Drivere of the Deadbeat Poets and the Infidels. [+]
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