Americana Blues Artist Katie Knipp Releases Her Next Single “Chamomile and Cocaine”


Katie Knipp is back with her latest “Chamomile and Cocaine” and she is bringing her vocal talents that send chills down your spine. The richness and complexities of Katie’s talents shine through in her ability to tell a story, explore femininity, and show the confidence of being a woman through her music. Upon first listen to “Chamomile and Cocaine” the elements of some incredible guitar work stands true to a blues artist’s ear.  A multi-layered accomplishment of sweet blues in a voice that is distinguishable to the mark that Katie Knipp unequivocally owns as hers. There is no comparison. This single is oh so good and we hope to hear more from Katie Knipp in 2020.

Take a listen to “Chamomile and Cocaine”


Having hit #10 on the Blues Albums Billboard Charts with her 5th album release titled Take it With You, Northern California Blues Americana Siren Katie Knipp is equipped with powerful vocals and plays a variety of instruments from boogie-woogie piano to slide guitar, to honest harmonica laden stories in between. Her various performance formats from raw solo act to full band capture audiences’ hearts from her first notes. She has opened for Robert CrayJimmie VaughanJoan OsborneThe Hidalgos (David Hidalgo of Los Lobos), The Doobie BrothersTim Reynolds, Jon Cleary, Ruthie Foster, Joe Louis Walker, The James Hunter Six, William Duvall of Alice in Chains, among many others. She played the 2019 Mammoth Blues Festival as the only solo female act that included headliners Buddy Guy, Trombone Shorty, Charlie Musselwhite, and more. She has won two SAMMIES-2020 and 2019 (Sacramento Music Awards) for Best Blues Artist, and was nominated Artist of The Year by The Sacramento News and Review. She has gained worldwide radio support, putting “Take it With You” on the Roots Music Report in Top Contemporary Blues Albums spun for 2019 and 2018. She is currently in the studio with her 6th album that includes special guest Keith Cotton, the musical director and keyboardist for Joan Osborne.


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