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    August 20th, 2012|


    NEW YORK, NY (Aug 20, 2012) – After completing their “C2 SHINING C” cross country tour, Kirsten Thien and her band hit the East Coast like a storm, with their “Cape to Coast” tour reaching New England Sept 7 – 10. These are The Kirsten Thien Band’s last U.S. tour dates of the year, after which they will head off to Northern Europe to bring American Blues, Soul and Rock ‘n Roll at it’s best to audiences in Holland, France, Germany and Belgium.

    Opening for Dickey Betts and The Cover of a Magazine

    July 2nd, 2012|

    Opening for Dickey Betts in Albany, NY. Photo by Michael Panzarino of M.A.P. Graphics (

    Photo by Michael Panzarino of M.A.P. Graphics.

    Last week The Kirsten Thien Band thrilled an Albany, NY Allman-Brothers-loving crowd in a power set opening for Dickey Betts and Great Southern on the banks of the Hudson River for Albany’s “Alive @ 5″ summer music series. Read the concert review here at Nippertown.

    This month, you can can also catch Kirsten on the cover of Blues Matters Magazine featuring an in-depth interview + Kirsten’s essay on the Howlin’ for Hubert JFA benefit concert at the Apollo Theater in New York City!

    Blues Matters - June/July 2012

    C2 Shining C Tour 2012 – Blogged!

    May 15th, 2012|

    Follow the trail and the inner workings of The Kirsten Thien Band as they travel across the U.S.A. on their “C2 Shining C Tour”, playing music all the way! will publish Kirsten’s reflections from the road each day. Read the blog now!

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    Washington DC to Washington State…and Buddy Guy’s Legends in Chicago

    March 30th, 2012|

    A message from the Kirsten Thien News and Bluesletter

    May 2012 promises to be an exciting month for The Kirsten Thien Band. I hope that if you’re somewhere between Washington, DC and Washington State that I’ll see you (or your representative :) at a show. There are so very many firsts this month, and many of them feel pretty weighty to me as I pack to leave tomorrow for the entire month. Here are a few:

    • The worldwide premier of Treat ‘im Like a Man in collaboration with rapper and current Georgetown student Tate Tucker. We’ll perform our collaborative version of the song, sandwiched between the man that wrote Afternoon Delight and Country Roads (Bill Danoff) and the rocker that worked with Stevie Nicks and Lindsay Buckingham on Magnet and Steel and Hot Summer Nights (Walter Egan). The entire show is stocked with talent! If you are within 4 hours of DC, don’t miss this show! This Friday and Saturday – May 4th and 5th in Washington, DC on the campus of Georgetown University. Get tix.
    • The first Kirsten Thien Band Cross Country USA Tour! We start on May 9th in Wisconsin and we’ll play shows all the way out to the West Coast. Do you know someone in Seattle or Portland? Will you tell them to come see us on May 16th or 17th!?
    • The first time hanging with the legendary Commander Cody. We’re playing on Sunday, May 20th at the Sunbanks Rhythm and Blues Festival in Electric City, Washington. Ay ay, Sir!
    • Our first show in Chicago…ever. Oh…and no pressure, it’s at Buddy Guy’s Legends club. The same “Acoustic Lunch” set that Buddy stopped in at last week to sit in with the artist. Yes, I checked his sched, and he appears to be in town that day.
    •  My first time ever on the the cover of a magazine. Ok…that’s in June technically, but they’ve unveiled the cover and it’s all over the internet. If you want a preview you can see it here at Blues Matters Magazine.
    The full schedule is below and always at: If you have friends or family near any of our upcoming shows please spread the word. It takes only a minute and it means the world to us! Here, I’ll make it easy. Go here Like us on Facebook  or send our webpage straight to one friend right now!

    Rockin’ peace to ya,