Kristi Callan
Kristi, along with her sister Kelly, founded the beloved 80s girl group Wednesday Week. During their time together they released two albums and several EPs as well as touring the US and Canada. They had multiple TV appearances including Arsenio Hall and two videos that received extensive play on MTV's 120 Minutes show. Since that band's breakup in the early 90s, Kristi fronted power popsters Lucky who released an album "Live A Little" in 1996. She also found time to play and record with a variety of other artists such as David Gray, Dave Davies, the Ventures, the Wondermints, and many others. In 2004 Kristi released a solo EP on vibro-phonic recordings, the critically acclaimed "Feed The Kitty." Kristi is currently playing around town fronting the all-female, country-flavored Dime Box Band and supporting "Happy", the follow-up to their critically acclaimed debut, "Five and Dime Waltz" both of which received excellent reviews and consistent airplay at Americana radio stations across the country. She also sings tight harmonies with The Roswell Sisters, an old time-y trio covering Boswell Sisters songs, she performs with Cheap Chick, the world’s only all-female tribute to Cheap Trick, as well as with A Girl Like You, a tribute to The Smithereens.