Cate Cox is a bicoastal performer, specializing in jazz vocals ranging from the 1920s to 1950s, as well as 1960s rock n’ roll. Her voice has been compared to the soothing tones of Norah Jones and to the silky sound of a reed instrument. The presence she brings to both stage and lyric is sincere, smoldering, and honest. After several New York performances, Cate moved to New York City in the summer of 2010. During time there, Cate held The New York Botanical Garden Residency for two consecutive years, performed in over 15 professional cabarets at a variety of venues, including the famed Metropolitan Room and the equally infamous Duplex Black Box. She completed production of her shows, "Prowl: The Art of Hunting" and "On the Up and Up," which debuted respectively in 2011 and have been invited back for more bookings. She was accepted into the acclaimed Perry-Mansfield Intensive and studied with “Reigning Queen of Cabaret,” Andrea Marcovicci, musical theater legend, Karen Mason, and musical directors, Shelly Marklam, David Ganes, and Barry Kleinbort. Major performances include The 150th Compari Bitter Party Bash to celebrate the liquor’s 150th birthday and the Sun Valley cabaret.