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Kat Edmonson

Houston-born singer-songwriter Kat Edmonson makes vintage pop music that includes interpretations of old standards and tightly crafted originals. Though her 2002 American Idol run saw her advance to the final group of 48, her rise to acclaim started with the release of her first album Take to the Sky (2009), and it has accelerated ever since. Her 2014 album The Big Picture, comprised almost entirely of originals that Edmonson wrote or co-wrote, is her strongest effort yet. Fans of timeless pop and pure vocal exuberance won’t want to miss Edmonson’s live show.

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