Katharine Cole has been one of the top-drawing artists in the San Francisco Bay Area for over fifteen years. Her dark humor melded well with her conjured up character country star 'Kitty Rose' who put her on western radio stations all around the world, and landed her in the Traditional Music Hall of Fame. But the real Katharine Cole wears black, admires good tatts and revels in the dark side of country with an all-American twang. Her new release 'There is No God' is receiving rave reviews from fans and press alike. Recorded at the famous Fantasy Studios and produced by Chris von Sneidern (John Wesley Harding/Chuck Prophet), it features a host of the Bay Area's best musicians including Pam Delgado of Blame Sally, Dawn Richardson of Tracy Chapman, 4 Non Blondes, Michael Papenberg from Petty Theft and Shana Morrison, as well as Paul Reveli from Joe Lewis Walker. Not one to shy away from controversy, 'There is No God' meets the bigots and their god of hate with the prophetic 'Hymn in E', the conflict for all Southerners between loving their homes and the shadow of slavery in 'Dixie', the demise of the American small town in 'Stupid Little Towns', and the damage of domestic violence in 'Old Scars'. A powerhouse live and a memorable songwriter, Katharine Cole is an Americana artist for our time.