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Kristi Clanton Steve Lott Scotty Monette Bill Freitas
Lap Steel Guitar
Keyboards Bass Drums

Kristi Clanton is a twenty-two year old seasoned artist who has been performing professionally since age six. Kristi grew up performing at the renound Lubbock, Texas “Cactus Theater,” where she honed her stage skills and vocal talents in a concert venue. As a soloist, she has performed for hundreds of audiences throughout West Texas and New Mexico, and became a regular entertainer for the Cactus Theater. When not singing at the Cactus, she also performed with the Lubbock Texas Rhythm Machine for a multitude of live venues and private functions. At the age of 13, Kristi was the featured entertainer for the Miss Nevada USA Pageant in Las Vegas.

With a catalogue of performances too numerous to list, Kristi has had her music featured on NBC’s “Miss Match,” with a song called “Sometimes,” and has regaled audiences of more than 100,000 at the yearly Lubbock “Fourth On Broadway” Celebration, the largest free festival in Texas.


In April 2008, while Kristi was still a High School student, the Broadway production of “Dirty Dancing” flew Kristi to New York, where she made it to the finals for a solo singing role. In 2012, she was also recruited to play a major role in the Broadway production of “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County”. She was listed in the Billboard Charts of Top 25 Fandalism Musicians in 2012. Kristi graduated from Texas Tech University, with a BA in Energy Commerce/Alternative Energies with Honors Studies, Summa Cum Laude.

Kristi is a principle singer/songwriter & the lap steel guitar player in LITTLEWOLF. She quotes, “music is the soul of language. Through its harmonious resonance, music possesses great power. Capable of fusing cultures and touching lives, it harmonizes the world. When I touch an audience with my voice, they in turn elevate my spirit. Music is indeed the universal language that I will continue to speak.”