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Kat Edmonson

Born: August 3, 1983    Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Kat Edmonson

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”Kat Edmonson is the best new jazz singer I have heard in years and I know she will be around for years to come.” --Al Schmitt, 19-time Grammy winning producer and engineer

”memorable and contagious.” --NPR

“Edmonson might be the most promising American jazz singer to come along since Cassandra Wilson.” --The Boston Globe

“Ms. Edmonson, from Austin, Tex., is a promising young jazz singer with a kittenish voice and an amiably relaxed style...” --The New York Times

“Equal parts Billie Holiday and Bjork, it is Edmonson's distinctive coyness that marks her as a vocalist of 2009, not merely a re-do of the 1930s.” --All About Jazz

Kat Edmonson

Take To The Sky
Convivium Records
2009
Tracks: Summertime
Just Like Heaven
Night And Day
Charade
Lovefool
Angel Eyes
Just One Of Those Things
One Fine Day
(Just Like)Starting Over

Personnel: Kevin Lovejoy: producer/arranger and piano
Eric Revis: bass, JJ Johnson: drums
Chris Lovejoy: percussion
John Ellis: tenor sax and bass clarinet
Ron Westray: trombone and euphonium
Donald Edwards: drums

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