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As someone commented, it is debatable if this is the real art or not. I have yet to see it “confirmed”. Amazon.com has not been updated and I know for a fact there are handmade ones floating around. So only time will tell if it’s the real one…
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Ohio native Kate Voegele will perform a free concert at 8 p.m. Saturday in Baker Center Theater. Voegele, most known for her role on the fifth season of One Tree Hill, is a songwriter and guitarist who signed with MySpace Records and won a New York City Songwriters Circle Award in 2006 for her hit single “Only Fooling Myself.” The Post’s Star Watson talked with Voegele about traveling, her role on One Tree Hill and future career plans.
The Post: You’ve been on a lot of tours lately and are currently touring with Natasha Bedingfield; how do you prepare?
Kate Voegele: It’s pretty crazy, it’s pretty nonstop — so I’ve been in the mode for the last six months, so before a tour you got to gear up to be busy 24/7…But it’s really in getting yourself pumped up with the band and the show to make sure everything is where it needs to be. I think it’s going into it with a great perspective and remembering why you do it…when you remember how much you love what you are doing and why you are doing it, it makes it so much easier.
Post: What do you look forward to the most when you go on tour?
Voegele: I think one of the things is the travel. I just love spending time in all of the different cities…It’s like being on vacation all the time — you get to travel, and I love exploring the different cities where I’m at, like finding cool shops and restaurants and other things. I like to pick up something, even if it’s something little…That’s probably the thing I look forward to the most.
Post: What is your most memorable moment on tour?
Voegele: It’s hard to say because every night there is always something really, really amazing going on. There are always people who approach you after the show and tell you how much you really affected them, and that is always really cool for me. After the show, people are so adamant to meet and talk to me about how a song really affected them in a profound way, and that’s so cool for me.
Post: What was it like being on One Tree Hill?
Voegele: It was awesome…I never knew what to expect, I never really done any official acting. Everyone was so welcoming and down to earth… I’m just the new kid who was there for seven episodes, but they were so nice and I made so many new friends. It was definitely one of the best experiences I’ve had in my career.
Post: Who haven’t you worked with yet and who would you like to work with in the future?
Voegele: I don’t know there are lots of people I would love to work with: Patty Griffin, Ryan Adams and all country type of artists.
Post: How did you hook up with Tom and the gang up at MySpace to be on their record label?
Voegele: Tom sent me a message personally on MySpace and asked me to come showcase for him. That was pretty crazy because I didn’t think it was real. …Tom is a great guy and he got a great, creative vision for his label, and I think it’s awesome that he’s so innovative with everything he’s doing. It’s been an awesome partnership, I just love working with those guys.\