Kristian Cowart



Kristian Cowart is an eighteen year old singer/songwriter, born and raised on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Kristian has been performing since the age of eleven and has been writing music since she was just twelve years old. Although she is young, in the 2014 "See South Mississippi" magazine article titled “Look out Taylor Swift- Here Comes Kristian Cowart!”, Kristian’s lyrics were described as “twice her years.” She has performed her original music in the Mississippi Songwriters' Festival for seven years, and has performed at various other venues such has The Hard Rock Live, The Shed BBQ and Blues Joint, The Peter Anderson Festival, The Gautier Mullet Festival, Dabayou Bar & Grill, and Zeppelin's Pizzeria. She began recording at age eleven with a cover of the song "If I Die Young" by The Band Perry, which gained over 9k views on Soundcloud. Her original songs "Crazy" and "Too Soon", recorded at age fourteen, have been featured on K99.1 FM's Homegrown Show. Kristian was the Distinguished Young Woman of West Jackson County for 2018, where she won awards and scholarship money, locally and state-wide, for the performance of her original song "Alone Tonight." She was named third alternate to the Distinguished Young Woman of Mississippi. Kristian currently resides in Jackson, MS, where she is attending college and hopes to continue performing and expanding her music career.