Kristin Andreassen performing live in NYC (Adam Jason Photography)
|Instruments||Guitar, Fiddle, Clogging, Vocals|
|Website||Kristin Andreassen's website|
Kristin Andreassen is an American musician and dancer. She grew up in Portland, Oregon as Kristin Andrews. In 2002 she started using her great-grandfather's name Andreassen. Kristin sings, plays harmonica, piano, guitar, banjo-uke and fiddle and writes songs. From 1999 onwards she has been working as a principal dancer with Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble, teaching & performing various related forms of percussive dance: clogging, tap, Irish & Canadian step dance. In December 2003 she joined the old-time music group Uncle Earl. She is a member of Sometymes Why and The Jolly Bankers.
Crayola Doesn't Make A Color For Your Eyes, a song she wrote with Megan Downes, won the 2006 John Lennon Songwriting Contest in the "Children's" category. The song was included on her 2007 solo album; she also appeared in a video for the song  directed by Ballard C. Boyd.
- Death & Taxes (w/ The Jolly Bankers) (2003)
- Sometimes Why (w/ Sometymes Why) (2005)
- She Waits for Night (w/ Uncle Earl) (2005)
- Tax Return (w/ The Jolly Bankers) (2006)
- Waterloo, TN (w/ Uncle Earl) (2007)
- Kiss Me Hello (2007)
- Your Heart is a Glorious Machine (w/ Sometymes Why) (2009)
- 'Simmon' (2013)
- Kristin Andreassen's website
- Kristin Andreassen's myspace site
- Uncle Earl's website
- Uncle Earl's myspace site
- Sometymes Why's website
- Sometymes Why's myspace site
- The Jolly Bankers' website
- Kristin Andreassen on A Prairie Home Companion
- Music Video for Crayola Doesn't Make A Color For Your Eyes
- "John Lennon Songwriting Contest". July 2007. Retrieved 2007-06-24.
- "Kristin Andreassen - "Crayola Doesn't Make a Color for Your Eyes" on Vimeo". July 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-05.
- "A Prairie Home Companion for November 22, 2008". November 2008. Retrieved 2009-10-29.