The Edgedwellers are a new collaboration between singer-songwriters Katrina Kadoski and Peter Wahl. They blend their cabaret of stirring harmonies, dynamic arrangements, and compelling storytelling into a set of artful folk/roots
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 can play as a duo, trio or four piece band.
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 Parksville, BC and has been creating a collection of original material.
Katrina has been on stage since childhood. She is 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.
Edgedwellers often play a set after Katrina's critically acclaimed one-woman musical drama about a BC pioneer-settler "Cougar Annie Tales" creating a mini vaudeville evening of entertainment for their audiences.