Kristy Coote
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Kristy Coote

Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE

Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia | INDIE
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"Boston MA - Tour reviews Oct 2006"

Well I have to admit that Sunday's Females On Fire 'in Boston' show was really lovely. We celebrated, once again, the release of the 2nd Females on Fire compilation, and this time at All Asia Cafe in Cambridge (Boston) MA. The venue is more a beer swelling spot, with an interesting Asian menu and sticky walls from many a head banging music crowd, but we took it over with our femme fatale feisty acoustic songs for 3 hours on this rainy Sunday afternoon in Boston.

We decided to perform "in the round" so to speak so as to keep the afternoon flowing and not loose our customers,.. who were shaky to say the least,.. but riveted till the end thank god.

Those on the bill were the saucy HOLLY LIGHT (all the way from New Jersey but really Los Angeles now); MAEVE HUGHES(our eloquent guest who wasn't feeling so good but she chowed down some noodles and gave us some jazz delights); Eleanore Altman from Montreal who is so cool on the piano, she reminds me of Joni Mitchell on speed (thanks for bringing "the" fan base); KRISTY COOTE, a guest from Sydney Australia who has an infectious effervescent 'bop' to her, and "moi" the one and only moon child .. and boy did i enjoy the broccoli tofu delight as well. Our darling Fran Gray got caught at a different Mass Ave in Boston and probably thought we all boycotted her but really.... it does exist Fran! All Asia is a 'real' venue ;) This aint no twilight zone.

ANYway,... the CD is in full force and you can check it out and the artists at There's nothing better than a good slice of feminine life through 35 artists on one disc and 32 on the other. Wow. Pretty amazing if I do say so myself.

- gilli moon
- Gilli Moon

"ABC Darwin"

Annie from ABC radio interviewed Kristy in December 07 to discuss the promotion of her new CD single 'Read My Mind'. - ABC Darwin radio

"Various Artists - Homegrown Roots (DDA Version) (Album)"

Don’t you love these days…they are our chocolate days…Of course we love Chocolate Days, and we love Kristy Coote enough to give her two tracks on the compilation. She also performs a wonderfully raw song Calling All You Wanted Angels. Because he is Australian country roots music, it would be sinful not to cast Paul Kelly with the opening track. The gentle strums of an old acoustic guitar leads into the singers 2002 hit The Gift That Keeps on Giving. - The Dwarf

"Rising Stars!"


By Megan Albany

Please check out the link to see the rest of the article:-
- The Dues


2004 - EP - Kristy Coote - Complete
2007 - Single - Kristy Coote - Read My Mind and Calling all You Wanted Angels.
2009 - Chocolate Days Album..

Tracks with airplay:

'I'm Not That Girl'
'Read My Mind'
'Calling All You Wanted Angels'



Kristy Coote has been described as a ‘sweet ethereal vocal style which wraps around her distinct country pop sound’, but you decide…..

With influences from Dixie Chicks and Sheryl Crow, Kristy has reached number 1 on the Worldwide Independent Radio Network with her tune, ‘I’m Not That Girl’.

She has rubbed shoulders with Keith Urban and Michelle Branch in Nashville; co-wrote and toured the United States, Bermuda and Ireland. Her songs and interviews have hit radio stations in the United States, Bermuda and Australia.

Kristy has been placed along side Paul Kelly and John Butler in the Home Grown Roots 3 compilation through Foghorn Records which has been heard nationwide in major retail centres.

Her released album, ‘Chocolate Days’ is presently sold on itunes through Centrifuge Publishing and Foghorn Distribution.

After recently completing a TV Presenting and Singers Studio (Musical Theatre) course through NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Arts) you never know what she'll be up to next.

Kristy is also available for cover gigs. Please email for more details and please check out the set list.


Kristy Coote, the bubbly singer/songwriter has a lot of determination to succeed against all odds – The Dues publication

Kristy Coote, a guest from Australia has an infectious, effervescent “bop” to her.
Boston MA review – Gilli Moon

‘Don’t you love these days...they are our Chocolate Days’. Of course we love Chocolate Days and we love Kristy Coote enough to give her 2 tracks on the compilation. She also performs a wonderfully raw song, ‘Calling All You Wanted Angels’.
The Dwarf publication – Tahlia Grieve review on the Home Grown Roots 3 Compilation with Paul Kelly and John Butler