Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage Hear a performance from the Texas native, whose distinctive voice evokes classic jazz singers.
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Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

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Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

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Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

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Kat Edmonson makes her second appearance on Mountain Stage, recorded live in Charleston, W.Va. Originally from Houston, Edmonson eventually relocated to Austin, where her jazz-inspired singing soon made her a local favorite. She released her debut album, Take To The Sky, in 2009; that led to a gig singing alongside fellow Texan Willie Nelson and occasionally recording with Lyle Lovett.

Edmonson's fun, timeless new album is titled The Big Picture.

SET LIST

  • "Rainy Day Woman"
  • "Oh My Love"
  • "You Can't Break My Heart"
  • "All The Way"
  • "Who's Counting"