The Edgedwellers are an artful folk/roots duo formed by Katrina Kadoski (Vocals, Guitar, Banjo) and Peter Wahl (Vocals Guitar, Bass), they play mainly as a duo but at times add in a rhythm section (with Graham McKenzie and Carl Stretton). Edgedwellers feature stirring harmonies, dynamic arrangements, and compelling storytelling.
Peter grew up on rock bands like Radiohead, Pink Floyd, and Tool, while Kat loves Canadian singer-songwriters like Raghu Lokanthan, Corb Lund, and Kim Barlow...Fans of Whitehorse and Sarah Harmer will feel at home during an Edgedwellers set.
They have recently returned from their 2nd tour around BC and Alberta.
Ottawa born, Peter Wahl has been playing guitar since childhood, he also studied music at Humber College. While living in Red Deer he was involved in music tributes including David Bowie, Smashing Pumpkins, and Radiohead. He has recently relocated to Shirley, BC.
Katrina has been on stage since childhood, classically trained in voice, a multi-instrumentalist, and prolific songwriter. Last year she released a solo recording called “Dreamtime”, and has recently
created a new one woman show about an
Eastern shore writer/ actress / philanthropist,
called ‘The Watermans Daughter’
about the life
of Lilyan Stratton Corbin.
Katrina's also continues to tour her critically acclaimed one-woman musical drama about BC pioneer-settler "Cougar Annie Tales".