- Sadhappy / Kathryn Keats
- Kathryn Keats’ haunting songs and heartfelt vocals
- A pioneer survivor, just out of hiding after twenty-two years
- My name is Kathryn Keats: My name was Ellen Christian Munger
- The musician and speaker who pioneered giving Domestic Violence a face in the criminal justice system
- Kathryn Keats delivers a powerful set of beautifully- written and recorded songs dealing with life, love and survival.
- A victim of the under researched and under treated disease of schizophrenia, who had attempted to dismember her after holding her captive for 54 days, had died
Kathryn Keats, the musician, who pioneered giving Domestic Violence a face in the criminal justice system. “Musicians Against Domestic Violence” all heading your way. Keats proves that nothing is insurmountable. Her name is Kathryn Keats. Her name was Ellen Christian Munger.
Kathryn’s brand is a powerfully refreshing experience. Kathryn’s concert and speaking engagements, her non-profit “After the Silence” Musicians Against Domestic Violence, as well as the recent acceptance as the international spokesperson. Kathryn’s life story is being produced.
Kathryn’s story was featured in Readers Digest and was Pick of the Week in the Readers Digest Store for three weeks. Kathryn has been featured on the Emmy Award winning Montel Williams Show during sweeps. Her precedent setting case. “Musicians Against Domestic Violence” which allows music, speaking and education on ending domestic violence, escaping the cycle, reclaiming and repairing lost lives. On January 12, 2005, after 20 years in hiding, with the help from the victim witness assistance program and a three week jury trial, Keats discovered that her ex music collaborator and lover, a victim of the under researched and under treated disease of schizophrenia, who had attempted to dismember her after holding her captive for 54 days, had died. It was then that Kathryn Keats would bravely step up and claim her story and reveal the impact her trial had by helping begin to change legal precedent in the US and sing and speak again. Her voice reclaimed. The years of living as someone else has finally ended. Kathryn is thrilled to be back in the arms of music, educating and bringing freedom to others in the process. What kept her alive? Music. Kathryn Keats is no ordinary animal. When most would be happy to live their life in peace, Kathryn is driven to share her story and teach others how to create a life even when darkness may attempt to threaten the sun. Her music and speaking insists we take back our dreams and live again. Early in her career, she performed at Carnegie Hall and toured the country with successful off Broadway shows. Her studio work included national commercials and sound tracks and recordings for several outstanding producers. Her last performances awarded her Critic’s Circle Awards. When Kathryn could no longer work in the music industry she did not lament the loss of time. She began working behind the scenes, directing and writing for bands and artists. Kathryn’s most impressive role was taking on the persona of an industry executive, building strong relationships in Hollywood and New York while never disclosing her true identity.