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Because when he moved up here I found out that he was seeing someone there (before he moved) and didn’t have the guts to end it with her (so he says).

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“I don’t keep a diary, I wrote a record and then I showed it to everybody — sorry Colin, sorry everyone’s going to read about my side of things,” says Edwards, 33, in a private room inside a Toronto rehearsal hall where the four-time Juno nominee is still sorting out feelings for Colin Cripps, her ex-husband, a musician and producer who works with Jim Cuddy and Blue Rodeo.

He formed his first band, Mount Vernon, in 1997 after meeting its members at a high school Wisconsin jazz camp.“I felt like I was underachieving — not like how much money I was making or how many records I sold, but I wasn’t feeling as challenged.” Determined to write a record that was more reflective of the music she liked — less Americana, more indie rock – Edwards sent an email to Justin Vernon, who hadn’t yet released the Bon Iver album that was recently nominated for four Grammy awards.“He could appreciate my point that I’d fallen short of achieving a more musically diverse presentation of my stuff, and he knew exactly what I meant when I didn’t know how to articulate what I was looking for,” says Edwards, adding that recording in Vernon’s home studio in Fall Creek, Wisc., freed the musicians from budgetary studio restraints. Since the album very bluntly — and poetically, and hauntingly — details the dissolution of her marriage and quite possibly the rekindling of romance with Justin Vernon, who records as Bon Iver, the conversation almost immediately steers toward her love life. quality=75&strip=all&w=620" / by Kathleen Edwards creates an intimacy when discussing the new record with the artist.Kathleen Edwards co-produced her fourth album with Justin Vernon of Bon Iver, jettisoning country rock in favor of gauzy production and a band that includes Vernon plus members of Megafaun, Francis & the Lights, and Peter Wolf Crier.