I Make The Dough, You Get The Glory

Kathleen Edwards (born July 11, 1978) is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician. Edwards, the daughter of a diplomat, spent portions of her youth in Korea and Switzerland.


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You can play along with the first video in GCEA tuning, if you put your capo on the 4th fret!

Kathleen's father is Leonard Edwards, former Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. The New York Times praised Edwards as a writer whose songs can "pare situations down to a few dozen words while they push country-rock towards its primal impulses of thump and twang." She made her television network debut on "Late Show with David Letterman," where she performed "Six O'Clock News. In June 2014, the Canadian press reported that Edwards would be taking a break from music to open a coffee shop on the main street of Stittsville, an Ottawa suburb. Quitters opened in September 2014. She insists that she is not leaving music but just taking a break, and that the name Quitters is "kind of tongue-in-cheek".

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