Katharine McPhee Foster

Renowned for her powerhouse presence and show-stopping performances, Katharine McPhee Foster possesses a voice for the ages. Audiences first fell under the chanteuse’s spell during a storied run on American Idol Season 5 in 2006. Propelled by the smash “Over It,” her 2007 self-titled debut bowed at #2 on the Billboard Top 200 and achieved an RIAA gold certification. 2010 saw her return with not one, but two records—Unbroken and Christmas is the Time To Say I Love You.

Simultaneously, she became a force on the big and small screens. McPhee Foster co-starred alongside Debra Messing on Smash from executive producer Steven Spielberg as well as guest appearances on CSI: NY, Community, Family Guy, and more. Meanwhile, she starred in various films. A sought-after performer, she has taken stage for PBS specials -- including her own special -- Soundstage: Katharine McPhee, and Foster and Friends.

In the Fall of 2017, McPhee Foster reimagined, recharged and reinvigorated a host of timeless jazz standards on her fifth full-length album, I Fall In Love Too Easily [BMG] produced by Don Was [The Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt]. Most recently she has starred on Broadway and the London’s West End in the hit musical Waitress. McPhee Foster can most recently be seen starring in the Netflix Original Series Country Comfort.