Episode 5 – Music, domestic violence and life with kfHox

I had the pleasure of  spending sometime with singer Kathryn F. Hoxie before she moved out of NYC. Singer Songwriter kfHox joins Not Just NYCTalking and shares a little about bit about her journey as a musician. She also talks about domestic violence and the challenges it presents. Finally, we close out with a quick game of “Guess that 80s tv theme show song!”

I met kfhox during a Bronx Stories event at the museum of natural history where we connected and kept in touch.

She agreed to meet up with me and share some of her story with my NYCTalking audience. During our time together we discussed her journey throughout life and in the music industry.

This woman is a trooper in every sense of the word. She has lived out of her car for months at a time to make sure that she could reach her musical goals. This was the case during the release of her first EP “Light shines through me”.

She traveled to Jamaica using funds she raised using indiegogo and fulfilled one of her dreams which was recording a reggae version of her hit single “Screaming to be free.” She was able to record it at Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong studios! How cool is that?

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