KATHLEEN EDWARDS TEACHES DO-RE-ME WITH HUMOR IN MUSIC VIDEO FOR “THE CHEAPEST KEY”
PERFORMANCE ON THE LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN SET FOR 4.22
Kathleen Edwards’ latest album Asking for Flowers (Zoë/Rounder) is filled with “poignant…fierce” (Rolling Stone, 3.6.08) moments, but her music video for the single “The Cheapest Key” shows a “softer side” of her personality. The playful video directed by Lisa Mann depicts Edwards as a campy schoolteacher from hell.
She teaches her students a rocking songbook with help from booty-shaking back-up dancers and blatantly keeps a bottle of booze next to the apple on her desk. The satirical video pokes fun at many music video clichés and features Edwards doing her best prima ballerina impression in a tiara and tutu.
Check out Edwards’ music video: http://www.rounder.com/kathleenedwards/cheapest.html
The video debuts on GAC’s “Edge of Country” on 4.11 and tune in 4.22 when Edwards plays “The Cheapest Key” live on The Late Show with David Letterman (CBS).