Kat Edmonson is a critically acclaimed, vintage-pop and jazz vocalist.  She’s made memorable turns on Austin City Limits, A Prairie Home Companion, and had her songs featured on several television shows and commercials. Such exciting growth is not surprising or unexpected for Edmonson. Her 2009 debut, Take to the Sky, comprised creative interpretations of standards and pop hits while her brilliant 2012 follow-up, Way Down Low, was called “one of the greatest vocal albums I’ve ever heard” by The Boston Globe. The album, which featured both originals and covers in styles from pop and country to jazz and bossa nova, earned her universal critical acclaim, and the attention of Sony Masterworks, who released her third album.  The Big Picture, produced by Mitchell Froom, featured Edmonson’s originals drawing from a wellspring of ‘50s and ‘60s pop, ‘70s AM radio, and movie soundtracks.  This year has found Kat back in the studio completing her fourth album scheduled for release in 2018.  Edmonson appeared in Woody Allen’s recent 1930s inspired film Café Society as a jazz singer. She is highlighted on the official soundtrack with her cover of “Mountain Greenery.”