Krystal Harris

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Krystal Harris-Peterson
Born (1981-11-07) November 7, 1981 (age 35)
Origin Anderson, Indiana, United States
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1999–present
Labels KBNHA Records/Geffen

Krystal Marie Peterson (née Harris; November 7, 1981 in Anderson, Indiana) is a singer-songwriter/instrumentalist who primarily plays the piano. Krystal has been singing since she was just 18 months old, and began playing the piano at 3 years of age. She also plays the drums and the flute. She graduated in 1999 from Anderson High School in Anderson, Indiana at the age of 17.


She got her first big break performing the title song "Supergirl!" on Disney's The Princess Diaries soundtracks and was also known for touring as the opening act for the Backstreet Boys on their The Black & Blue Tour.

Her debut album was called Me & My Piano, and it was released on June 5, 2001, right before the success of the film The Princess Diaries. She also provided her song "Love Is a Beautiful Thing" for the film Legally Blonde; the song was remixed for the soundtrack. In 2002, she released the song "The Kid in You" for Disney's The Country Bears soundtrack as well as appearing in the film as herself. She also guest-starred as the lead role in the Touched by an Angel episode 9x16: "A Song for My Father".

She later went by Miss Krystal and recorded an album titled Hip-Hop Soul, Vol. 1. However, this album was not released.[1]

She has recently been the lead singer on Victor Wooten's 2012-2013 tour.[2]

In July 2013 she started Krystal Peterson & The Queen City Band,[2] they released an EP on iTunes named Spell.



  • Me & My Piano (2001)
  • Miss Krystal Presents Hip-Hop Soul, Vol. 1 (Never released)



  • "Supergirl!" (2001)
  • "Love is a Beautiful Thing" (2001)
  • "The Kid in You" (2002)


  1. ^ "Interview with Krystal Harris". August 22, 2002. 
  2. ^ a b Peterson, Krystal. "Krystal Peterson & the Queen City Band (Web site)". Retrieved 31 December 2013. 

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