Kristina Train

Savannah, Georgia native Kristina Train released her debut solo album “Spilt Milk” on Blue Note Records in 2009.  Noting her distinctive, soulful voice, Herbie Hancock invited her to join his band as lead singer and violinist for his 2010 world tour.  After literally circling the globe with Hancock, Train moved to London to record the much-vaunted “Dark Black” for Mercury Records which was deemed "fantastic" by Bruce Springsteen. The most-recent chapter of her journey finds Train back Stateside, living in Nashville, collaborating with old friends and exploring her life-long love of Americana and roots music.


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