Kat Edmonson on the quiet power of having a dream

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In this podcast interview, singer/songwriter/actress Kat Edmonson details her journey out of the Lone Star State and into the Big Apple, her love of old well-made things, working with Woody Allen and Al Schmitt, listening to Blossom Dearie, loving "the limitations in a room," acting vs singing, her new record Dreamers Do, and not asking permission. Plus, why she calls her music "vintage pop."

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