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Holding onto Columbia Records by a thread, a door closed while another opened.
Angelica Cobb, who was working in publicity/media relations for Columbia, loved what she saw in Katy and was heartbroken that Columbia had held on to Katy so long, not doing a thing with her. Prior to no longer working for them, Angelica stole Katy's files and brought them with her to Capitol Records!!! After some chit chat and catching one of Katy's show at The Viper Room in LA, Katy was welcomed with open arms to Capitol Records in April!
If you saw Katy's movie you will see Angelica talk all about this!

Katy made a video for "Thinking Of You." (Directed by Walter May)
Song later released as a single from "One Of The Boys" with a different video. :)

Marketed for Too Faced Cosmetics' Spring line!
Photos were taken in Summer 2006!

Performed with Yellowcard on March 30 at
The Troubadour in Hollywood, CA!
(Four years later, Yellowcard covered Katy's ET!)

Signed to Capitol Records in April! *wink*

Katy's dear friend Markus Molinari blogged regularly and Katy often popped up! :)
Here's a video of... them at a grocery store (hehe)!


"Fingerprints" was the theme song for 'Fight Girls' - a reality series where 10 female fighters live/train together and train for a championship.

"Self Inflicted" was played on MTV's The Hills (season 3, episode 307)!

Part of Garnier Fructis' "Rock Your Style" concert series.
Troubadour, Hollywood, CA

Katy guest host on "When's Lunch"

Oh, look at Markus blogging again... :)

Women's Wear Daily (WWD) Photo Shoot With Katy Perry

Interview w/live footage - Pomona Teen TV
Key Club, Hollywood, LA

Myspace Feature - "The Fit"

Thanks to Markus, we get a taste of Katy for Thanksgiving!

Released "Ur So Gay" EP on November 20 as a "soft hello." :)
EP had remixes, "Lost" and a cover of "Use Your Love."
Music video was only available online. (Directed by Walter May)

Making of... "Ur So Gay"

December 31
Katy played her last show of 2007 at the Mezzanine in San Francisco as part of a New Years event.

"Ur So Gay" at the Mezzanine

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