Influenced by artists like Brandi Carlile, Ray Lamontagne, Taylor Swift, Hanson, The Lumineers, Elton John, Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, & Gregory Alan Isakov, she released her first full-length album, "The Left Atrium", a great example of who Kris is as a musician—beautiful, eclectic, surprising, and yet somehow always herself. It won Best Female Album by LA Music Critics Awards & the video for "Not Your Fault" starring Justin Hartley (This is Us) premiered on RyanSeacrest.com.
In 2017, she collaborated with Morgan Taylor Reid & Alexander Cardinale on "Heartbreak is Contagious" EP which debuted in the Top 10 of the iTunes Singer-songwriter chart & earned Kris Best Female Artist in the IAMAs & Finalist in the ISC.
"Pieces That Were Stolen" was released in 2018 & debuted at #3 on the itunes s/s charts.
In 2019, Kris played in all 50 states, was chosen for the Grammy NEXT program, and won several contests through live-streaming app LIVIT which landed her on billboards in Chicago and NYC.
"That Siren, Hope" came out in Jan 2020 debuting at #1 on the iTunes singer/songwriter charts & as the highest ranking independent release on Billboard Top Current Albums at #79. The video for the title track was premiered by American Songwriter Magazine and the album is climbing the Americana radio charts.