Kris Peterson

December 3, 2018

Kris Peterson, the blue-eyed soul singer from Detroit, began her singing career with the Nodells and saw the issue of her first single in 1965.  Known in northern soul circles for her floor-filler ‘Just As Much’, Kris went on to release her LP ‘A Child’s Dream’ in 1972.  Her most recent recording is as a Blues artiste with a band called Blue Spirit Tribe that contains 4 self-penned tracks.

Hear Kris and Ady’s conversation here


The Blue Spirit Tribe CD was a limited release of 1000 of which only 16 remain unsold.  You can pick up your copy through this site – email


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