Hailing from Orlando, Florida, Cat Ridgeway is a skilled songwriter who can write in any genre. Cat’s eclectic, soulful style shines through her ability to play guitar and harmonica, trumpet, trombone, drums, piano, and bass.
Cat’s project "Passenger Seat" was the direct result of her overfunded Kickstarter campaign "Cat Goes to Nashville". She had the privilege of working with the likes of Gordon Kennedy (co-writer of "Change the World" recorded by Eric Clapton) and many other seasoned Nashville players on the EP. Cat's most recent single "Whiskey Lullabies" was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN and features Gregg Allman’s horn section.
Cat wrote the title track for the major motion picture, “Bernie” starring Jack Black, Shirley MacLaine and Matthew McConaughey. Cat has lent her voice to many notable causes including Tunes for Tots, Make A Wish Foundation, and Hospice of the Comforter. She is also highly sought after by advertising agencies to sing radio jingles and commercials.