Kris Delmhorst

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Kris Delmhorst
Genres Folk, Americana
Occupations Songwriter, producer, musician
Instruments vocals, guitar, fiddle, cello, viola, organ, piano, bass, mandolin
Years active 1996–present
Labels Big Bean, Signature Sounds
Associated acts Redbird, Jeffrey Foucault, Peter Mulvey, The Vinal Avenue String Band

Kris Delmhorst is an American singer-songwriter who is also part of the Boston folk scene. She was involved in producing 1998's Respond compilation, a fundraiser for domestic violence groups, and it included her song Weatherman. In 1999, she released a live album with The Vinal Avenue String Band, consisting of herself, Sean Staples, and Ry Cavanaugh. She has also recorded five full-length solo albums and two EPs. Delmhorst currently lives in western Massachusetts and is married to fellow singer/songwriter Jeffrey Foucault, with whom she had a daughter, Hazel, on June 25, 2008.[1] In 2003, Delmhorst, Foucault, and Peter Mulvey released an album entitled Redbird.


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  1. ^ Y/H Management. "Jeffrey Foucault Newsletter." Email. 11 Jul. 2006.

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