Kat Edmonson

Press Releases From March: Here Are The Artists

By Alyson Camus | March 8, 2021

‘theatrical, eloquent, and exaggerated’

10 Songs: Sunday, March 15th, 2015

By Iman Lababedi | March 15, 2015

Till We Start To Kiss (Live) – Kat Edmonson – The best moment of her Le Poisson Rouge gig, is a soft samba of sauciness and Kat performs it with a quiet, slightly dizzy sensuality that has her whispering by the end – A

Kat Edmonson At Le Poisson Rouge, Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015, Reviewed

By Iman Lababedi | March 5, 2015

Kat has the instincts of a major pop star but the limitations of a minor pop player, she is good enough to always applaud, and her move has been steadily forward since 2002, but her songwriting isn’t all the way there, her singing is immaculate but her voice is an acquired taste. On stage she is smart and fun but rambling

Kat Edmonson Is Playing Le Poisson Rouge, Here Is The Setlist Spotified

By Iman Lababedi | March 3, 2015

My problem with The Big Picture is my problem with Kat: her voice is so damn distinctive even when she is covering blues, country, rock, it all sounds like Kat. Good over a coupla of songs but a little too much over an hour. But I may be wrong and this is a great setlist.

Best Songs Of 2014

By Iman Lababedi | January 1, 2015

752 songs I like enough, say “B+” and better, to include on this list though only the top 40 is in order of preference. I know it looks like a lot but think of it this way, with an average of 12 songs on album that is the equivalent of 62 albums so not incredible.

Must See: Kat Edmonson At Le Poisson Rouge, March 2015

By Iman Lababedi | December 8, 2014

Consider Kat an updated Diana Krall matched with Joni Mitchell US Division. Kat is from Houston, a bit of shocker given her urban sensibility, and while she can’t arrange as well Diana or write as well as Joni, she can arrange better than Joni and write better than Diana.

Last Call: Week Of September 29th, 2014

By Iman Lababedi | October 7, 2014

Kat on a long distance journey through time, and space, and absolutely lovely and oddly moving, and what a great way to end an album… love the horns. Her point? why count when nothing is promised. Written on tour in Europe, influenced by Paul Simon’s Graceland, Kat said the song mean”we don’t know why we are here” – A