“A singular expressiveness.”
– The Associated Press
Performing in leading venues worldwide, singer-songwriter Kat Edmonson has topped multiple Billboard charts with her original, dreamy melodies crossing jazz and vintage pop. She has opened for music legends such as Smokey Robinson, George Benson and Willie Nelson, on top of performing on the “Late Show,” “CBS This Morning” and “NPR.” She even appeared as a jazz singer in Woody Allen film “Café Society.”
Following the February release of her new, acclaimed album “Dreamers Do,” Edmonson will perform the album’s many delightful tunes, including fresh originals and a number of favorite Disney melodies from the 1950s, boldly reimagined in jazz, world-music and chamber-pop styles.
Hailed for her airy, glittering vocals, Edmonson continues to hook audiences with her charming stage presence.
Approx. 80 to 90 minutes with no intermission
Prices vary according to when you purchase and the popularity of the show.
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