Kathleen Edwards is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician. Her 2003 debut album, Failer, contained the singles "Six O'Clock News" and "Hockey Skates". Her next two albums – Back to Me and Asking for Flowers – both made the Billboard 200 list and reached the top 10 of Billboard's Top Heatseekers chart. In 2012, Edwards' fourth studio album, Voyageur, became Edwards' first album to crack the top 100 and top 40 in the U.S., peaking at #39 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and #2 in Canada. In 2012, Edward's song "A Soft Place To Land" won the SOCAN Songwriting Prize, an annual competition that honours the best song written and released by 'emerging' songwriters over the past year, as voted by the public. Her musical sound has been compared to Suzanne Vega meets Neil Young.
|Born:||July 11, 1978, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada|
|Genres:||Alternative country, folk|
|Instruments:||Guitar, violin, vocals, bass guitar|
|Labels:||Zoë, MapleMusic Recordings, Rounder|
|Website:||Kathleen Edwards's Official site|
|IMDb:||Kathleen Edwards's IMDb|
About Kathleen Edwards
Singer-songwriter whose chart-topping albums included Voyageur from 2012 and Asking For Flowers from 2008.
She decided against attending college after high school, focusing instead on playing in clubs for a living.
Her third album, Asking For Flowers, was on the shortlist for the 2008 Polaris Music Prize.
She was born in Canada but spent much of her youth in Korea and Switzerland. Her father, Leonard Edwards, served as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs.
She performed her song "Change the Sheets" on The Late Show with David Letterman in 2012.
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