Austin City Limits: A conversation with Kat Edmonson
Welcome! KLRU-TV and Houston Public Media and excited to present a screening of the Austin City Limits featuring Norah Jones and Kat Edmonson. We'll have Emily Joyce, Associate Producer and Digital & Interactive Director for Austin City Limits on for the entire screening and Kat Edmonson will be joining us for the second half to talk about her music, her experience with Austin City Limits, and to answer your questions.
Norah Jones / Kat Edmonson
Jazz and pop cross on ACL with Norah Jones and Kat Edmonson. Jones sings songs from her Dangermouse-produced album Little Broken Hearts. Edmonson showcases the song stylings of her LP Way Down Low.
Behind the Scenes: Kat Edmonson
Get a sneak peak at rising star Kat Edmonson's Austin City Limits debut. Don't miss this exciting new artist in her episode premiering January 19th.
Duration: 57min 48sec
- Libby Peterek
Libby is the Web Director for KLRU, including local programs and Austin City Limits.
- Elizabeth Sosa Bailey
- Kat Edmonson
Texas singer/songwriter Kat Edmonson creates stylish pop with a vintage feel. She grew up in Houston with a mother who introduced her to the Great American Songbook and her 2009 release, Take To the Sky, paid tribute to those roots. Her sophomore release, 2012′s Way Down Low, has been called "one of the greatest vocal albums" by the The Boston Globe. Her deeply personal and emotionally-moving songs are “memorable and contagious” (NPR Music).
- Emily Joyce
Emily is the Associate Producer/Digital Director of Austin City Limits (@acltv), photographer, writer, etc.
- Maury Sullivan
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