Casey Jack Kristofferson is a folk, rock, and blues songwriter from the mountains of central Idaho. He is the former guitarist of both The Trailheads and Arbor Glyph. Currently, he runs The Casey Jack Kristofferson Band and Lonesome Gold based out of Jackson Hole, WY. Kristofferson has deep roots within central Idaho and writes many songs about the influence of the scenic landscape. Kristofferson made short appearances as the guitarist for both the Andrew Sheppard Band and renowned outlaw country band, Hellbound Glory during 2017 and 2018. Among other achievements, Kristofferson has been featured in BigLife Magazine, the Idaho Mountain Express, and the Idaho Statesman. Kristofferson has been featured on Outdoor Idaho, a program run by Idaho Public Television, for his song “Lost in the White Clouds.” Additionally, he has been involved in many other musical events such as the Sawtooth Valley Gathering, Lost Trail Music Festival, and Grass Valley Music Festival. Kristofferson has supported such acts as The Black Lillies, Micky and the Motorcars, Jeff Crosby and The Refugees, The Lil’ Smokies, The Dodgy Mountain Men, Spike Coggins, Ira Wolf, Trevor Green, and Tylor and the Trainrobbers. Additionally, his newest album release “Bluebird Blackbird” has been defined as genre bending work and it has afforded him performances on KDPI Radio in Sun Valley as well as KHOL Radio in Jackson, WY. Casey strives to remain an authentic mountain musician who derives inspiration from the natural world and brings the music from the mountains to your doorstep.
Band Specs: The Casey Jack Kristofferson band is currently working as a four-piece. The current lineup is Chris Kolodey (keys/organ), William Prescott (drums/vocals), Michaela French (bass guitar), and Casey Kristofferson (guitar/vocals).