Kirstie Kraus

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Background information
BornOctober 2, 1989 (age 31)
OriginMadison, Wisconsin
GenresCountry, Country Rock/Pop
  • Singer-Songwriter
  • Musician

Kirstie Kraus is an American Singer/Songwriter, musician and host.


Kirstie Kraus was born October 2, 1989. She spent most of her life in WI, before moving to Nashville October 2017. Kirstie first started singing at 2, started in community theater at age 6 and Fireside professional theater at 8. She started writing songs at an early age and joined NSAI at 15. She has been a full-time musician/artist since 2016. Has over 12 years of band experience including Mahogany Ridge, Country Twist, Crosstown Drive, and Thirsty Jones.[1]


Kraus sang the National Anthem at numerous events starting at a young age including the Brewers at 16 years and a Packer's shareholders meeting.

In May 2018, Kraus released her first single "Delusional" as an independent artist. Her song was reviewed by Fierce and Fabulous Revolution. [2] She debuted her song with 99.9 Janesville 9/4/18. [3] In February 2019, her second single "Gotta Do" was released [4]. Gotta Do went #1 on She Wolf Radio and was also a the top single for the month July 2019 on Radio Sobro. Her single was reviewed by The CMT Beat [5] as well as Fierce and Fabulous Revolution [6] Her college alma mater featured her in their fall of 2019 magazine. [7] Her official first single "Silver" was released on July 17, 2020 and the music video debut on August 9, 2020. [8] "Silver" was reviewed by Music Tour and News [9] , Southern Fellow [10], The Unsigned Reviewer [11] and featured on Madison NBC 15 news. "What Love Does" was released September 18th and review by Music Tour and News [12] as well an interview from The Southern Fellow[13] The fourth song released from the upcoming album was "Thirsty" on November 13, 2020, [14] Her video for Thirsty" debut with Country Swag on January 6, 2021. [15] The Southern Fellow reviewed her newest single [16] as well as Music Tour and News [17] , CM Chat Live [18], Back Stage Country [19] and the British CMA [20]. The Yes You Can singles have been added to the top Ten Next Women of Country Playlist on Spotify. Her latest single "Bird" that dropped June 2021 is about not getting mad at people and letting it roll off you because they are not worth it. Her new single was featured on 99.9 Janesville radio station [21] and Q106 in Madison. [22] Music Tour and News reviewed her newest single [23] along with Guitar Domain [24], Cowgirl Magazine [25], and Urban Craft Magazine [26]Her full debut album will be debuting in October 2021 with the rest of her music. Kirstie was selected as the artist to grace the cover and debut Breedlove new line of sustainable guitars. [27]

Kirstie has opened for Kip Moore, Drake White, Chase Rice, Brother’s Osborn, Brandy Clark, Drew Baldridge, The Cadillac Three, Maggie Rose, Rick Monroe, Royal Bliss, Shenandoah, Pam Tillis, Terri Clark, Suzie Bogguss, Randy Houser, and Thomas Rhett.

Big Brothers Big Sister since 2006, Tennessee registered Volunteer and have participated in Hands on Nashville for the past 2 years and volunteer for Best Buddies of Tennessee. Also a committee chair member of BAHW aka Be a Highway Women.



Year Single Album
2018 "Delusional" Yes You Can
2019 "Gotta Do" Yes You Can
2020 "Silver" Yes You Can
"What Love Does" Yes You Can
"Thirsty" Yes You Can
2021 "Bird" Yes You Can

Music videos

Year Title Director
2018 "Delusional" Carl Diebold, Jonathan Pierce
2019 "Gotta Do" Brave Enough Productions, Mark Miller
2020 "Silver" Justin Hammond
"Thirsty" Justin Hammond
2021 "Bird" Jake Taylor

In the media



  1. []
  2. Jess (2018-06-12). "Review: Kirstie Kraus Releases Official Video For "Delusional"!". Fierce & Fabulous Revolution. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  3. "New at Noon – Kirstie Kraus". WJVL. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  4. []
  5. "Kirstie Kraus Releases New Single, Gotta Do". TheCMBeat. 2019-03-20. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  6. Jess (2019-02-21). "Review: Kirstie Kraus Releases Her Brand New Single "Gotta Do"!". Fierce & Fabulous Revolution. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  7. "Gotta Do". Edgewood College Magazine. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  8. Kirstie Kraus - Silver (Official Music Video), retrieved 2021-04-30
  9. Klonowski, laura (2020-07-19). "SINGLE REVIEW: Kirstie Kraus' 'Silver'". Music and Tour News. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  10. ""Silver" the new single from Kirstie Kraus - Southern Fellow". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  11. dsmoulson (2020-08-28). "Kirstie Kraus -Silver". TheUnsignedReviewer. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  12. Klonowski, laura (2020-09-18). "Kirstie Kraus Releases New Single 'What Love Does'". Music and Tour News. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  13. "Kirstie Kraus on Feed the Band - Southern Fellow". 2020-09-25. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  14. Klonowski, laura (2020-11-10). "Kirstie Kraus Announces New Single 'Thirsty'". Music and Tour News. Retrieved 2021-04-30.
  15. Thirsty Official Music Video Premieres Exclusively with Country Sway, retrieved 2021-04-30
  16. ""Thirsty" New from Kirstie Kraus - Southern Fellow". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  17. Klonowski, laura (2020-11-10). "Kirstie Kraus Announces New Single 'Thirsty'". Music and Tour News. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  18. "Kirstie Kraus Tells Story of Two Kinds of Love with Music Video (Exclusive)". Country Music Chat & Sway. 2021-01-06. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  19. "Kirstie Kraus". Backstage Country. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  20. "Kirstie Kraus Releases New Single 'Thirsty' | New Release". The British Country Music Association. 2020-11-13. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  21. "New at Noon – Kirstie Kraus "Bird"". WJVL. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  22. "Kirstie Kraus in Q Studio". Today's Q106. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  23. Klonowski, laura (2021-06-26). "Kirstie Kraus Releases New Single 'bird'". Music and Tour News. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  24. "COUNTRY ARTIST KIRSTIE KRAUS RELEASES NEW SINGLE "BIRD"". Guitar Domain. 2021-06-26. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  25. "Kirstie Kraus Isn't Flying The Bird On Her New Single". COWGIRL Magazine. 2021-06-24. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  26. magazine, Urban Craft. "KIRSTIE KRAUS RELEASES NEW SINGLE "BIRD"". Urban Craft Magazine. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
  27. Flipsnack. "BREEDLOVE SUMMER MAGAZINE 2021". Flipsnack. Retrieved 2021-09-13.

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