Erin Victoria McCabe Singer-Songwriter Indiana born, Colorado grown and Kansas City polished, singer-songwriter Erin McCabe hits the road with her soul-filled music. McCabe's refreshing approach and remarkable vocals define her truly unique style. Each song has a different flavor and an emotional depth that decidedly gets your attention. When trying to pin down just who Erin McCabe sounds like, some come close. But in the end, the sound is all her own. It all began at the end of a summer of sitting 'round the campfire. While working at a new thought hippy camp, she learned her first guitar chord. That chord grew into music that puts a voice to her deep passion. In 1999, while teaching elementary school in Colorado, McCabe bought her first guitar. She began writing music and frequenting open-mic nights at Denver's Mead Street Station hosted by the infamous Tony Padilla. A few months before departing for divinity school in Kansas City, she sang with a Denver based band. Little did they know, they would soon embark on a creative endeavor together and record an album. While a full-time divinity student at Unity Institute in Kansas City, McCabe released two albums. 'Come On' was recorded in Denver and co-produced with Santa Monica based solo artist, Jake Hamilton. The second CD, 'Believe It,' was an amazing spiritual endeavor merging her musical talents with the expertise of Iowa based recording engineer and musician Ken Rinehart. In May of 2006, McCabe and Rinehart were back back in the recording studio...so stay tuned for a children's album and more new releases. McCabe currently travels the country with her music and message, weaving together the realms of the secular and the sacred. No matter the venue-a coffee shop, local hot spot or Unity Center-McCabe inspires listeners with a unique blend of passion, intrigue and spirit.