In a Nutshell

Kayt Lucas

Kayt Lucas is a poet and singer with hundreds of tunes in her catalogue.  She resides in Toronto.  While “popular music” describes her playlist, the tracks allude to rock, blues, folk, and sometimes country.  Kayt plays mandolin and octave mandolin.

The band came together in January, 2012.  They have developed an exhilarating performance experience that is diverse in style and cohesive in sound.  The instrumentation has stylistic flexibility and virtuosity.  (For more info on KLB band members, please join the Seekers and Poets KLB Fan Club.)

Kayt is a former dancer and aerialist.  Her musicality originates in dance and choreography.

Until 2009, Kayt worked as a rigging technician in the entertainment industry.  Stage work gave her the opportunity to live in the special theatrical world of the greatest performing artists in the world.

Currently Kayt is writing, playing lots of music and working to build a design practice in Toronto, having earned her degree in Industrial Design, Applied Technology.

The Band Of KLB Is:

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Kayt Lucas – Mandolin and Vocals

Michael Menegon – Percussion, Vocals and Guitar

Harriet Hume – Bass

Joel Merzetti – Acoustic Guitar, Keys and Vocals

Roy Buna (original member, regular guest) – Electric Guitar

Bill Galloway (original member, regular guest) – Acoustic Guitar and Drum Kit

Guests have included Paul Kehayas, Mark Galloway, Keary Scanlon, Loren Hicks, Nick Yaksich and others.

John Preketes – technical producer, owner/operator of JPC Post Productions in Toronto.

Membership

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