Katie McMahon

Heartfelt storytelling songs, covering popular pop-folk music throughout the eras (1920’s up) in a soulful & audience engaging style.

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Katie McMahon is a Perth (Mandurah) based Scottish singer/songwriter; showcasing her own heartfelt storytelling songs alongside covering popular pop-folk music throughout the eras (1920’s up) in a soulful & audience engaging style.

Ain’t She Sweet – Edwin H Morris (1927)
All About that Bass – Meghan Trainor
All I Have To Do Is Dream – Everly Brothers
All You Need Is Love – Beatles
Bad Moon Rising – CCR
Be My Baby – The Ronettes
Belter – Gerry Cinnamon
Big Yellow Taxi – Joni Mitchell
Black and Gold – Sam Sparro
Both Sides Now – Joni Mitchell
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Bubbly – Colbie Caillat
Caledonia – Dougie Maclean
Candy – Paulo Nutini
Can’t Get you Out of my Head – Kylie
Can’t Help Falling in Love – Elvis
Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
Country Roads – John Denver
Dance Me To The End of Time – Leonard Cohen (Civil Wars Version)
Don’t Dream Its Over – Crowded House
Don’t Stop – Fleetwood
Don’t Look Back in Anger – Oasis (acoustic version)
Don’t Marry Her – Beautiful South
Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
Dublin in the Rare old Times – Trad
Emmylou – First Aid Kit
Everybody’s Talkin’ – Fred Neil
Far Side of the World – Tide Lines
Fields of Gold – Eva Cassidy
First Cut is the Deepest – Cat Stevens
Flowers in the Window – Travis
Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra
Four Seasons in one day – Crowded House
Georgia on my Mind – Hoagie Carmichael
Gambler – Kenny Rogers
Good Riddance – Green Day
Green Grow the Rashes O – Scottish Trad
Hallelujah – Jeff Buckley
Hello Marylou – Ricky Nelson
Hotel California – The Eagles
Ironic – Alanis Morrisette
Jolene – Dolly Parton
Killing me Softly – Fugees
Kiss Me – Sixpence Non the Richer
Leaving on a Jet Plane – John Denver
Linger – Cranberries
Loch Lomond – Trad
Looking out my Backdoor – CCR
Love is Like a Butterfly – Dolly Parton
Maggie May – Rod Stewart
Mr Rock n Roll – Amy Macdonald
Old Town Road – Lil Nas X
Out of Reach – Gabrielle
Past the point of rescue – Hal Ketchum
Photograph – Ed Sheeran
Poison Prince – Amy Macdonald
Raindrops Keep Falling – Burt Bacharach
Ride On – Christie Moore (Irish)
Riptide – Vance Joy
Rotterdam – The Beautiful South
Runaway – The Corrs
Sail Away – David Gray
Savage Love – Jason Derulo
Say What you Want – Texas
Scar – Missy Higgins
Shotgun – George Ezra
Side by Side – 1925 old skool
Stuck in the middle with you – Steelers Wheel
Summerfly – Maura O’Connell (Irish)
Summertime (living is easy) – George Gershwin (1935)
Sweet Dreams (are made of this) – Eurythmics
Take it Easy – Eagles
Tell me Ma – Irish Trad
Thank you – Dido
This is the Life – Amy Macdonald (Scottish singer/songwriter)
Thousand Years – Christina Perri
Time after Time – Cyndi Lauper
Travelling Soldier – Dixie Chicks
Valerie – Amy Winehouse
Wagon Wheel – Darius Rucker version
Whats Up – 4 non Blondes
Where the Wild Roses Grow – Nick Cave and Kylie
White Flag – Dido
Why Do Fools Fall in Love – Four Seasons
Wicked Games – Chris Isaac
Wild Mountain Thyme – Scottish Trad
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – Amy Winehouse
Wonderwall – Oasis
You were meant for me – Jewel
You’re so Vain – Carly Simon
Zombie – The Cranberries

  • I’ve been a fan of Katie’s ever since I heard her sweet harmonies alongside Carrie Lee in Gypsylou. Purely by chance I stumbled into the National Hotel to find her on stage, on her own, singing her own tunes…I’m an even bigger fan, now.

    Ari Davis.
  • Truly a special voice and joy to listen too I’ve been very lucky to sing with Katie and the harmony’s truly tell her story.

    Patrick Kilcoyne
  • Katie's music is completely authentic and incredibly nourishing. Her songs champion the growth of the spirit. I have had the pleasure of working with her now for many years and am so excited to see her taking to the stage as a soloist. Keep on shining, Katie!

    Carrie Lee

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