Kirsten Price

Kirsten Price


A blend of old school soul, classic compositional chops and 21st century technology that defies definition. Songs have recently been featured in "The L-Word," "C.S.I." and "Cashmere Mafia." Most recent support dates include Sly Stone and Antigone Rising.


Blending old school soul, classical compositional chops, and 21st century technology, Kirsten Price extends the British tradition of re-interpreting American soul music in a fresh, innovative way. With the release of her debut album, Guts & Garbage, Kirsten hits the road in 2008. Prior to its’ release, her metaphoric and irresistibly catchy signature song, “Magic Tree,” was featured as the lead track on the L Tunes: Music From And Inspired By THE L WORD compilation album, while a video for "Magic Tree" aired exclusively on Showtime to promote season 4 of "The L Word." Magic Tree has also appeared in the hit television series, CSI, and was most recently heard in the premier of the new ABC series, Cashmere Mafia.

In early 2007, Kirsten found a kindred spirit in producer Fred Sargolini (MING+FS, Kool Keith, Susan Vega, "Sex & the City," "CSI: NY," “Entourage”), and laid down the songs -- including "Magic Tree" -- that form the core of Guts & Garbage. Working with Raphael Saadiq (D'Angelo, Joss Stone, Whitney Houston, Mary J. Blige, The Roots, Snoop Dogg) and Danny Saber (Madonna, Seal, David Bowie, The Rolling Stones), Kirsten rounded out the remainder of the album. So prepare yourselves. With a voice that pulls you in, and an attitude that threatens to spit you out, you’ll be glad you came along for the ride.

In 2007:
- "Magic Tree" video generated more than 55,000 views on YouTube
- "Freedom" video had more than 10,000 views in its first 3 weeks on YouTube
- "Magic Tree" single has sold more than 20,000 copies independently
- Sold out her first major headlining show in NYC at the prestigious Joe's Pub, and was immediately invited back
- Was billed for the opening slot at Sly and The Family Stone's first North American concert in nearly 30 years (December 2007)
- Has received more than 175,000 MySpace hits/plays since its launch in Jan 2007.
- During the summer of 2007, performed at major pride festivals and events in New York, Boston, Asbury Park, Milwaukee, Orlando, Washington D.C., Palm
Springs, Los Angeles and Seattle.

In 2008:
-Supporting Antigone Rising in Jan 2008, and will headline North American dates beginning in Feb 2008.


Debut Album - Guts & Garbage - Available now...
Lead track on "L-Tunes: The L-Word" - January 2007
"Magic Tree" single from "L-Tunes" - January 2007
"Magic Tree" on Columbia/Twist Revolutions release - May 2007

Set List

Set list changes according to the show