Krissy Jackson plus Wilkie Mac
At Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St, Raglan
Doors open 7pm for 7.30pm start
Presales $15 Doors sales $20
An extraordinary musician and heartfelt performer, Krissy lives, breathes and sings music. Immersed in NZ’s folk scene and coveted for her musical ear and dedication to her art, she dances with melody and tone; always honouring the music and making it her own. Krissy plays bluegrass to folk punk, gypsy rock to classical Indian folk. A true troubadour and talent.
‘An extraordinary musician and heartfelt performer’ – Reb Fountain
‘Beautiful sound, beautiful tone – such a powerful presence’ – Daryl Anger
Krissy lives, breathes and sings music. She has been studying violin since she was 2, teaching since she was 12, but her heart lies in performance; it’s on stage that we hear Krissy’s reverent commitment to music come to life. Immersed in New Zealand’s folk scene and coveted for her musical ear and dedication to her art, Krissy dances with melody and tone; always honouring the music, in always making it her own.
Touring from Whangarei to Dunedin and everywhere in between Krissy plays blue grass to folk punk, gypsy rock to classical Indian folk. She has performed with the likes of Reb Fountain, The Frank Burkitt Band, Sargum Fusion, Albi and the Wolves, Hot Diggity and most recently Aotearoa’s most hard working band The Eastern. A true troubadour and talent, Krissy Jackson’s music is not to be missed.
Krissy released her first album in January 2018. “Have Fiddle Will Travel” was a labour of love. Tracks include many styles with many different well known NZ and Australian Artists