SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT
Bonnie Raitt (cover)
SON OF A PREACHER MAN
Dusty Springfield (cover)
Chris Stapleton (cover)
2014 PROMO VIDEO REEL
Fastest Girl in Town – Miranda Lambert (cover)
I Do But Do I – Katie Armiger (cover)
Two Black Cadillacs – Carrie Underwood (cover)
Man, I Feel Like a Woman – Shania Twain (cover)
Cowboy Up – Kirstie Kraus (written by Julie Carter-Moriva)
Nothin’ But a Good Time – Poison (cover)
Why Haven’t I Heard From You – Reba McEntire (cover)
Let Me Love You Baby – Stevie Ray Vaughan (cover)
Bartender – Lady Antebellum (cover)
Work Hard, Play Harder – Gretchen Wilson (cover)
Sin Wagon – Dixie Chicks (cover)
SINCE MARCH OF 2014
Thirsty Jones has been awarded
2018 MAMA Finalist for Country/Bluegrass Performer of the Year
2018 Finalist for Blues Performer of the Year
2017 Best of Madison Local Band, Madison Magazine
2017 MAMA Finalist for Country/Bluegrass Performer of the Year
2016 Best of Madison Country Band, Madison Magazine
2016 Best of Madison Blues Singer: Kirstie Kraus
Graced the cover of Maximum Ink Magazine in May 2016
2016 MAMA Finalist for Country/Bluegrass Song of the Year: "Warning Label"
2016 MAMA Finalist for Country/Bluegrass Performer of the Year
Declared “The Next Breakout Country Band” by The Daily Cardinal
2016 Finalist for the COTR Next Big Star Contest: Sponsored by iHeart Radio
2015 Country Showdown Local Finalist sponsored by WJVL
ABOUT THIRSTY JONES
I'm Still Thirsty
Throughout the course of their musical journey, Kirstie and the members of Thirsty Jones have won over the hearts of Midwest music lovers from all walks of life and quickly made their way as the "Next Breakout Country Band!" The band started out performing a variety of covers with only three originals written by their lead singer.
While heavily rooted in County, Blues, and Rock;
the band’s original sound incorporates notations of Pop, Bluegrass and Funk as well. The band stood out from the rest from their groovin bass lines, dynamic guitar solos and a powerhouse vocalist who owned the stage each and every time. They made it a point to make every show different which included changing the set list and arrangements.
Thirsty Jones has graced festival stages including The World's Largest Brat Fest, Riverfront Rendezvous, The Taste of Madison, Freakfest, June Days, Appleton's Octoberfest, MDA Tub Run, Braapfest, Jefferson Independence Day Celebration, Albertfest, Country Bash, and The Dane County Fair. Thirsty Jones has shared the stage with Thomas Rhett, Chase Rice, Brother’s Osborn, Brandy Clark, Drew Baldridge, The Cadillac Three, Maggie Rose, Rick Monroe, Royal Bliss, and Shenandoah.
From corporate events to weddings to festival stages this band knows how to entertain! Get in touch to learn more about their musical expertise, repertoire, and performance rates.
To learn more about Kirstie Kraus' lead singers adventures as a solo country artist living out her dreams in Nashville go to www.kirstiekraus.com