Kat Edmonson is riveting. There is something immensely enchanting about her - an unfeigned innocence, a sincerity totally integrated inside and out. In style and manner, she reminds Blue Strawberry of Blossom Dearie, with a wonderful sweetness alongside a completely unforced hipness.
"Hearing Edmonson makes it virtually impossible to do anything but stop and listen." - NPR
“Edmonson’s voice swells and dips and weaves with effortless precision…relaxing into the style of jazz greats. ”
-The Austin Chronicle
“Edmonson delivers each lyrical line with such sensitivity and thoughtfulness as to rival any classic jazz songstress.”
- All About Jazz
According to The New York Times, KAT EDMONSON has "an equal foothold in jazz, cabaret and vintage cosmopolitanism pop. She has performed on the biggest stages across the United States, Europe and Asia, from Carnegie Hall to the Blue Note in Japan. In 2016, Kat appeared in Woody Allen's film "Cafe Society" as a 1930's jazz singer. Kat's outstanding holiday performance was featured on CBS Saturday Morning on Christmas Day 2021. Edmonson and her band recorded a Christmas album including Yuletide favorites "Jingle Bell Rock", "O Christmas Tree", and "Let It Snow". 'Holiday Swingin'! A Kat Edmonson Christmas' was described by Jazziz as "impeccably hip" and included in the NEW YORK TIMES list of "13 Albums That Revisit (and Redefine) Holiday Classics."
Thank you to Bill Stine for graciously sponsoring Kat Edmonson's show.