72 Hours In Newport – Kat Edmonson “Where I Am”

Song Confessional

72 Hours In Newport – Kat Edmonson “Where I Am”

Posted by on Aug 28, 2020

Episode 1 of the “72 Hours In Newport” mini-season features vintage pop singer-songwriter Kat Edmonson and her endearing track, “Where I Am.” Kat’s song was inspired by a confessor that shares her story of falling in love and managing her significant others’ mental health. This episode deals with intense topics related to mental health. If that might be triggering for you, we suggest not listening to this episode and checking back in next week.

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Mojo Nixon // Kat Edmonson // Aaron Behrens

This Song

Mojo Nixon // Kat Edmonson // Aaron Behrens

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014

This Song — Mojo Nixon, Kat Edmonson, Aaron Behrens

Welcome to the first ever “This Song” podcast! This week we have three amazing artists!

Mojo Nixon:  The rock musician, DJ, lover of Elvis and natural born iconoclast talks about why “Sweet Soul Music” by Arthur Conley is the song that still makes him feel like an exuberant 10-year-old.

Kat Edmonson: Fresh off the release of her new record “The Big Picture,” the former Austinite talks about how Henry Mancini’s “Peter Gunn” inspired her recording of “Rainy Day Woman.”

Aaron Behrens:  The former Ghostland Observatory singer has struck out his own with Aaron Behrens and the Midnight Stroll He talks about how when he was a kid, Curtis Mayfield’s “We People Darker Than Blue” from the Dead Presidents Volume 2 soundtrack opened his eyes to the possibilities of music.

Our intro and outro music is “Mahout” from the local Austin band Hardproof Afrobeat.


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Music News for May 20, 2013


Music News for May 20, 2013

Posted by on May 20, 2013

Grim Prognosis for Pogues Guitarist; Kat Edmonson Reveals DIY Secrets; Beatles’ Guitar Goes for Nearly Half-Million.
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