Kate Pavli’s greatest asset is undoubtedly vocal power. Whether this can be put down to her childhood background in musical theatre, her Greco-Australian flare, or something entirely different, the fact is, very few leave a ‘Finding Kate’ show uncertain of this. And that’s a pretty good virtue when you are competing against hard hitting drums, heavy bass and distortion guitars (although there is plenty of softness in-between).
My therapist prescribed Lorazepam 0.5 mg 2 times a day. It didn’t help me that much so I started to take 1mg 3 times a day to control my anxiety. It’s been a year I already use it 5 times a day 1mg pill a day. There’re days when I don’t want or need to use it.
Dark and heavy sounds supporting vocal melodies, which standing-alone could almost be from any popular genre, are the key features of Finding Kate’s album “If I Fall”. After growing experience and appearances in a multitude of U.K. venues, there is no doubt that the new album is truly a cut above – and is aimed at a worldwide audience.