Cat Power
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Full name

Charlyn Marie Marshall


January 21, 1972


Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.

Stage Names

Cat Power


Miami, Florida

  • Charlie Marshall (father)
  • Myra Lee Marshall (mother)
  • Miranda (older sister)
  • Lenny (younger half-brother)
  • unnamed son
  • Giovanni Ribsi (ex-partner)
  • Runt
  • Smells Like Records
  • Matador
  • Domino

Charlyn Marie "Chan" Marshall (born January 21, 1972), better known by her stage name Cat Power, is an American singer-songwriter, musician, actress, and model from Atlanta, Georgia. Dubbed the "queen of sadcore", Power has been active since the early 90s.

Work with Lana Del Rey Edit


Lana & Cat at a live show

LA to the Moon Tour Edit

On March 9, 2018, Lana Del Rey revealed that Power would join her as an opening act on the European leg of the 2018 LA to the Moon Tour, in support of Lust for Life. Power supported Del Rey from April 11th to 20th, 2018.


Lana & Cat selfie

"Woman" Edit

"Woman" is a song from Power's tenth studio album, Wanderer. The track features guest vocals from Lana Del Rey and was released along with its music video on August 15, 2018. This song was Cat's comeback after a five-year hiatus.

Trivia Edit

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(L-R) Eddie Vedder, Lana Del Rey, & Cat Power at a live show

Cat once thought Spooner Oldham was possibly her father

The cover art for ‘Dear Sir’ is a note authored by an old unhinged man staying in her friend’s apartment block.

Chan began smoking in elementary school

Marshall's 2012 album, Sun, was over a decade in the making

 In the '90s, Marshall considered suicide during a live show. 

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