Our Story

The Krickets are a female Americana group from the gulf coast who's music is what Paste Magazine called a "a truly stunning, one-of-a-kind sound."  Fresh out of the studio, the band just finished their sophomore album entitled 'Redbird' released 10/26/18.  Produced by Grammy nominated Sam Ashworth (Joy Williams, The Lone Bellow) and recorded at Brown Owl Studios in Nashville, this album has everything from traditional country to folk rock all steeped in harmony and earthy instrumentation.

2016 IMA Folk Song of the Year winner for their single "Cool Cool Water,"  The Krickets are a female swamp-folk band that released their first album "Spanish Moss Sirens" in May of 2016.  Produced by Ben Tanner of the Alabama Shakes and recorded in Muscle Shoals, the album debuted at #1 on Amazon's ‘Best Sellers’, ‘Movers and Shakers’ and ‘Modern Folk’ charts.   They were also named the 2016 IMEA Folk Artist of the Year.  The group originally came together to play a cancer benefit in honor of Cristina "Cricket" Russell.  Now, they are able to support the cause by donating a portion of every album sale to The Cricket Fund and Beyond which provides women's health services to the uninsured.

Band members: Amanda Kolb (guitar, fiddle, mandolin, lap steel), Emily Stuckey (guitar, percussion, mandolin), Lauren Spring (guitar, fiddle, mandolin, guitar) and Katrina Kolb (bass)