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Ottawa musician Kathleen Edwards appeals for the return of her stolen guitar

Ottawa-area songstress Kathleen Edwards is hurtin’. Bad.

Edwards, a repeat Juno nominee with several albums to her credit, issued a Facebook appeal on Thursday for the return of a rare and valuable guitar, a 1957 Les Paul Junior, taken from her Stittsville home. 297 more words

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Top 10 songs classic – week ending 19 August 2005

My personal Top 10 chart from ten years ago today…

  1. Back To Me – Kathleen Edwards
  2. City of Blinding Lights – U2
  3. Black Horse & The Cherry Tree – KT Tunstall…
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Music

Ten Things

Ten things, right now…

1.   Kathleen Edwards on Pandora
2.   Iced peppermint tea
3.   Tank top, cuffed jeans, bare feet
4.   Loose and relaxed muscles…I just did a little yoga… 75 more words

Mindful Living

Kathleen Edwards plans Edmonton performance

Sandra Sperounes

Edmonton Journal

EDMONTON • Singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards is temporarily quitting her cafe to play Interstellar Rodeo with Whitehorse frontman Luke Doucet and Halifax icon Joel Plaskett. 95 more words

Local Arts

Interstellar Rodeo adds a trio of All Stars

Singer-songwriter Kathleen Edwards is temporarily quitting her cafe to play Interstellar Rodeo with Whitehorse frontman Luke Doucet and Halifax icon Joel Plaskett.

The three, billed as the Interstellar All Stars, will perform each other’s songs as part of the third and final night of the festival, which wraps up Sunday, July 26 at the Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park. 70 more words

Plugged In

No quitter: Kathleen Edwards finds a new path in Stittsville coffee shop

Kathleen Edwards crouching intently over a dishwasher as the crowd chatters excitedly behind her is a very different sight from the same woman hunching over a guitar as fans hoot and holler in the background. 857 more words

Local Arts

What to do in Ottawa: Dec. 7 to 13

Monday, Dec. 8

Dallas Green, otherwise known as City & Colour, performs in a solo show at the National Arts Centre Southam Hall, 8 p.m. 831 more words

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