Cathy Rankin Music
A die-hard fan of music, Cathy is involved in the industry both as a singer and performer in two established working bands, and a co-producer and reporter/host for entertainment show, All Axcess Pass on Brickhouse.TV.
As a performer, Cathy signed on as lead vocalist for popular dance/rock band, Superhero, and Country Rock band, Daisy Train in 2015. Since then, her dynamic performances as a front woman, along with fellow lead singer and frontman, Matt Harris, have gained a loyal fan following. Both bands currently perform weekly for corporate/private and public shows at a variety of venues. Daisy Train was a featured act for the 2015 Superbowl Fanfest in Phoenix, which drew over 80,000 people, as well as opening act for the Live Nation VIP club at concerts for artists such as Alan Jackson and Dierks Bentley, and recently for Pure Prairie League. The band was voted #3 on the “Top Ten Country Western Nights” list by the New Times. Meanwhile, Superhero is a popular nationally touring corporate band and a featured act for festivals, community concerts and events such as the Party on the Plaza for the Phoenix Suns NBA games, as well as regularly headlining at multiple casinos and dance clubs in the Southwest.
When not on stage at her own gigs, Cathy is active in the music scene co-producing and hosting for Brickhouse.TV, which covers the arts and entertainment scene through live streaming and video programs online. Her show, All Axcess Pass, focuses on in-depth music interviews and concert reviews of well-known national recording and touring artists. Cathy has interviewed iconic bands and musicians such as John Waite, Lita Ford, Fishbone, Everclear, Kix, Winger, Warrant and many more, bringing a more up close and personal experience to music fans all over the world.
You can view samples of Cathy’s work here. For full interviews and more video, visit brickhouse.tv and check out Superhero (@superherobandaz) and Daisy Train (@Daisy Train)on Facebook and Instagram.
See Cathy’s band Daisy Train, voted one of the top 10 Country Dance Nights in Arizona by the Phoenix New Times