*11 July 1978 in Ottawa, Ontario, CanadaCanadian alternative country singer-songwriter.
Kathleen Edwards (born July 11, 1978 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian singer and composer. According to the The A Soft Place To Land Songfacts her father is Leonard Edwards, a former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. Kathleen spent portions of her teenage years in Korea and Switzerland. Her blend of country, folk and pop music made her a favourite of music critics, and a rising star on radio in 2003 with her debut album, Failer, made popular by her hit singles "Six O'Clock News" and "Hockey Skates" Her style of music is sometimes placed in the music genre "alt-country".
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Kathleen Edwards (born July 11, 1978 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian alternative country singer-songwriter. Her 2003 debut album, Failer, contained the singles "Six O'Clock News" and "Hockey Skates".