Kristina Donahue

Kristina Donahue


Who says you can't have it all? My music is eclectic, energetic, and fun. We've got the best of everything in this group!


Daughter of legendary guitarist Jerry Donahue, granddaughter of the late 1940s/50s Big Band leader Sam Donahue and TV and film actress, Patricia Donahue, and niece of the late Marc Donahue, Kristina is a natural talent; singing and dancing before she could walk or talk. She made her rock and roll debut at the Fairport Convention Cropredy Festival in 1999 singing to an audience of more than 20,000 people. She was invited back the following year, performing a full set for both nights of the festival which garnered rave reviews from MOJO Magazine for her stage presence and versatility as a vocalist. "(She made) an immediate impression over the loudest band of the weekend, seemingly un-intimidated by such an extraordinarily difficult song or backing that bore the might of musical history."

Kristina has spent the past two years performing in various cover and original bands all over Los Angeles and has recently focused on her solo project, drawing upon the style of such musical influences as Robert Plant, Gwen Stefani, Stevie Nicks, Sublime, and Sheryl Crow, to name only a few, creating a unique synergy for her avid audience all while weaving her dark vocal timbre and earthy graciousness to lull the listener and captivate and audience of 25 or 25,000.

Set List

Calling Myself Out
Peace of Mind
Match in Mississippi
Worst Taste in Guys
Boys Like to Tell Me (What to Do)
Advertising Queen