Kathleen Edwards at the National 

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Listening to Kathleen Edwards, you'd think she was born a little further south than say, Ottawa, Ontario. With her musical inspiration defecting to the likes of such classic American songwriters as Neil Young, Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, Edwards has spent the past several years garnering the attention of both critics and audiences by producing her own finely layered alt-country songs and folk ballads. On the road with John Doe in support of her latest album, "Asking for Flowers," Edwards can be caught at the National for a seated acoustic show at 7 p.m. $15-$25. 612-1900.


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