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Kat Edmonson is in the middle of making her second album.  Find out how you can help her finish the record through
Kat Edmonson is in the middle of making her second album. Find out how you can help her finish the record through
372 backers pledged $53,823 to help bring this project to life.

I Just Want To Say Thank You

Sundays are a good day for review. Today is Sunday and I am sitting here reflecting on all that has happened since I reached out to you, Kickstarter friends, to help me make Way Down Low.  This week has been my most successful to date as my album reached #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart.  I mean to simply extend the warmest and deepest gratitude right now and express at least some degree of my thanks to you.  There are a lot of people listening to my music now that would never have heard it if it weren't for your help.  It is my wish that you would know how moved I am and how grateful I feel to have made Way Down Low with you.  Thank you for your support.  You don't know what it means to me.  


Kat Edmonson


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      Turk Pipkin on October 5, 2012

      Kat, I absolutely LOVE Way Down Low! Congrats on such a beautiful album.

    2. Enrique Gomez on July 19, 2012

      Out of curiosity, never did get the custom voicemail message that was part of my pledge level. Any chance that still happens?

    3. Judge Worsham on May 16, 2012

      For as much as you feel a deep degree of gratitude, we feel the same deep feeling, deep "down low." You are always a part of our family, and all of us are your family. There is no greater expression of love than to love someone enough to see them through, until their passion is a reality.
      Forever yours,
      Judge & Sabrina

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      Nick Jeffrey on May 1, 2012

      My bride-to-be and I just wanted to say thanks again, and congratulations!
      Nick and Katie from San Francisco

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      Linda Stefkovic on April 30, 2012

      Lucky you, lucky me, lucky us! Thanks so much Kat, for wearing your heart on your sleeve and channeling the highs and lows into a poignant work of art.

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      keva on April 29, 2012

      Way to go Kat! Very well deserving!


    7. Erik Peterson on April 29, 2012

      All of the above, Kat.

      Was in Waterloo yesterday and saw that your CD was #1 in sales there. #1! And that is some tough competition.

      So proud to have been able to help, and so very proud of you and your vision.


      Erik Peterson

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      Michael Tracy on April 29, 2012

      Hi Kat,
      It was fun helping out on Kickstarter; although it must have been a nail biter for you. And I love your new album! I’m so pleased that you’ve taken your own path, crafting something special and unique. When I listen to your music I just pinch myself and think: “damn, that’s Kat Edmonson!”.

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      Travis Gunnells on April 29, 2012

      Kat, your performance was amazing at the paramount. I traveled from DC to hear it. I've been listening to your cd non-stop. Its an honor to be able listen to such great lyric and song in a generation where that has been lost. Your music is "the change". I can't wait to hear what's next.

      Very Respectfully,
      Travis Gunnells

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      Kathy Nelson on April 29, 2012

      Driving home the other night, I heard your interview on NPR and thought - "That's my Kat!" Excellent. Congrats!

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      JULIE WALKER on April 29, 2012

      How cool to be a #1 Heatseeker! We so enjoyed your concert at the Paramount. It was just perfect. And then heard your NPR interview and thought you represented yourself quite well. I love watching someone reach for their dream- Julie a/k/a Lily's mom

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      Mary Lockwood Crouch on April 29, 2012

      Congratulations!!! I am very happy for you, and I am honored to have been a very small part of your success. Love and blessings,
      Mary Lockwood Crouch