|Born||November 7, 1955|
San Mateo, California, U.S.
|Occupation(s)||Singer, record producer|
Kitty Margolis (born November 7, 1955 in San Mateo, California) is an American jazz singer who founded Mad Kat Records with vocalist Madeline Eastman. She won the Talent Deserving Wider Recognition award in the critics' poll at Down Beat magazine in 1993, 1995, and 1997. Her debut album, Evolution (1993), featured Joe Henderson, and Joe Louis Walker, while her follow-up, Straight Up With a Twist (1997) had appearances by Charles Brown and Roy Hargrove. These were followed by Left Coast Life (2001) and Heart & Soul: Live in San Francisco (2004).
|1989||Live at the Jazz Workshop||Mad Kat|
|1997||Straight Up with a Twist||Mad Kat|
|2001||Left Coast Life||Mad Kat|
|2004||Heart & Soul: Live in San Francisco||Mad Kat|
- Huey, Steve. "Kitty Margolis". AllMusic. Retrieved 4 May 2017.