Truly an "old soul" who possesses a remarkable awareness of herself and the world around her, the 23-year-old singer released her debut album-the critically acclaimed, hip-hop/jazz inflected, Stone Child, when she was just 16. She's now ready to release her sophomore album, Colors, a mature collection of songs that show a mastery of her craft. The key producers helping bring Catie's musical vision for Colors to life is Michael Broening, a Grammy winner renowned for his work with Al Jarreau and George Benson. In addition to the Broening-helmed tracks, Catie also works with Ben Bohorquez and two-time Grammy winner Caleb McCampbell (on "Feelin' Alright," "Sanctuary" and "Wicked") and ten-time Grammy winner Philip Lassiter, Prince's former trumpet player, on "Get Me Golden." Keyboardist and Trippin N' Rhythm labelmate Nicholas Cole is featured playing the Hammond B-3 on "Mountain Sound."