In 2010, Kat Epple recorded with The Devin Townsend Project on the album "Ghost", and will be performing in concert with them in Europe in 2011.
Excerpt from review of "Ghost" by Devin Townsend Project 2011
Right from the off and his haunting lullaby, "Fly", it really feels like we are hearing the real Devin Townsend, perhaps completely, for the very first time. Close your eyes and you're floating over mountaintops, guided on what feels like a very personal, intimate journey. Without blinking you'll be through the gentle pulsing of the Enya-esque "Heart Baby" and into the proggish ambience of "Feather". Devin's vocal, acoustic guitar and bass may be the sturdy canvas of the music, but it's the accompaniment that surrounds it that completes the picture – not so much a collection of musical instruments as they are a palette of pastel colors daubed in bold streaks. Kat Epple's striking flute, Dave Young's tidal keyboard and twangy mandolin, and Mike St. John's understated, shuffling drums. You could actually make a case for the star of this album being Epple's flute. I defy you to listen to her fluctuating, exploding flourishes that mark out "Monsoon" or her breathy, accented dawn chorus at the centre of "Heart Baby" and not be blown away by her skill.
John Skibeat, The New Review
Kat Epple, Laurence Getford & Lawrence Voytek
photos by Kathy Broyard