"Free" Music Video featured by To Write Love on Her Arms

To Write Love on Her Arms is a nonprofit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and invest directly into treatment and recovery.

TWLOHA has been applauded internationally for their contemporary efforts at addressing...

Prospect New Orleans Unveils Naama Tsabar's "Composition 21" with Kathryn Rose Wood and more.

Naama Tsabar's Composition 21, specially conceived for Prospect New Orleans' Prospect.4, is the fifth iteration in Tsabar’s Composition Series. A predominantly Female field of twenty-one local musicians are arranged into 4 bands performing separate musical pieces commissioned for the performance. Due to their similar musical structure, when played simultaneously,...

Kathryn Rose Wood featured in The Sexism Project

The Sexism Project is an ongoing oral interview and photographic portrait series beginning with female subjects in the New Orleans music community with the hopes of growing to include different subjects in different communities throughout the world.

The first installment of The Sexism Project featuring portraits of and interviews with...

"In The Ashes" Releases Locally in New Orleans

Kathryn Rose Wood and Mikayla Braun celebrated the local New Orleans releases of their albums, "In The Ashes" and "Synapse," respectively, with a sold-out album release party at Gasa Gasa on Sunday, October 8th. Featuring live full-album performances of each artist's new record, special collaborations and duets, and a myriad...

Kathryn Rose Wood On-Air with WWOZ 90.7FM

Kathryn and Meghan Goldbeck, of NAMI New Orleans, stopped by WWOZ 90.7 FM to chat with Dj Cole Williams on the New Orleans Music Show about the Music for Mental Health Benefit Concert/Discussion occurring Friday, Sept. 22nd. Check out the in-studio video featuring the discussion and closed by a...

Offbeat Magazine: Five Questions with Kathryn Rose Wood

"Soundcheck: Five Questions With Kathryn Rose Wood, Singer-Songwriter And Music Therapist

by FRANK ETHERIDGE

O: How does music apply to psychological healing?

KRW: Music is a non-confrontational medium to address difficult issues. Conventional talk therapy can be pretty intimidating, [but] you’d be hard pressed to find someone who hates music....