I hope that by simply living in my highest, fullest expression,
it inspires you to do the same.  

That’s really it.

Because I think the deepest form of healing that this world needs is each one of us having as much fun as possible and being as free as we possibly can.

Why else are we really here?




Music has been a part of Katie Buxton’s life since the beginning. Her journey in song began with humming in the car before she could talk. Throughout elementary and middle school she was trained in voice and guitar and continued her musical training and experimentation in high school with rock bands, songwriting, and Berklee’s Five Week Performance Program, where she was a finalist in the Songwriting Showcase and received mentorship from singer/songwriter Melissa Ferrick and Sally Taylor, songwriter and daughter of James Taylor.

Katie moved from her hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Nashville, Tennessee in 2014 to attend Belmont University for Songwriting. In the fall of 2015 she was accepted into Belmont’s Bear House Writer Management as well as the ASCAP Writers Showcase and started recording her first EP. In April of 2016 she was one of ten to work with and receive songwriting critiques from Desmond Child for two days; the same year, she was chosen as a finalist in the 2016 American Songwriting Awards with her song "Painted Hearts", and in September 2016 played Unify Fest with Trevor Hall and Mike Love. The next month, Katie performed as a semi-finalist in the Music City Big Break Concert Series and just a few days later made her debut at the world famous Bluebird Cafe. With the release of her single "You Flew" in 2017, she was featured as a New & Notable artist on NoiseTrade and has reached over 400,000 streams on Spotify. Katie tours the U.S. regularly and has shared the stage with several accomplished artists and songwriters, including Lewis Watson, John Paul White of The Civil Wars, ACM Song of the Year winner Natalie Hemby and #1 writers Heather Morgan and Kelley Lovelace, most recently playing the 2018 Red Ants Pants Music Festival alongside Dwight Yoakam. She is currently based in Los Angeles. 

Katie’s music can be found on all major digital music platforms. Her first full-length album, Something Different, was released on all digital platforms May 25th, 2017. In her own words, "Something Different is how I see the world we're all working towards - where peace and awareness for everything around us is abundant and everything is in balance. Where every person feels free to speak and live their truth."

Katie uses her music as a tool to bring her listeners back to their own truths by speaking and living her own. She is influenced by all the colors of our human experience and the emotions, challenges, and growth that comes with it.