Kristina Cottone

Kristina Cottone

Chicago, IL

Genres:  FolkBluesSoulSinger-Songwriter

Know you

A 'falling for you' song. Production: home recording, single instrument, single vocal.

Ukulele Summer Love Song

A Summer love song. Production: Studio recording / full band / recorded, mixed and masterd by Grammy nominated engineer


A custom song created for a Podcast about people's addiction to their cell phones and social media. Production: Studio recording, full band, recorded, mixed and masterd by Grammy nominated engineer.

Let You Down

"Honey Due" option. Song by Jon Gould and Kristina Cottone of Honey & the 45s

Kristina Cottone is an indie-soul artist based in Chicago. She widely known as the front woman and co-founder of the soul/rock band Honey & the 45s. Surrounded by a family of performers, Kristina’s interest in the arts and music began at young age. Her grandfather was a jazz singer and her aunt was an actress. Also pursuing the stage, Kristina holds a BFA in acting, and performed as company member with Chicago’s Organic Theater Company for five years before dedicating all of her time to music. Robert Rodi, New City Music. Wrote “Front woman Kristina Cottone’s voice rides all the varied rhythms with confidence, sass and just the right touch of ironic sexiness...With lyrics like that, you know that you’re in fairly literary hands. Smart girls, it’s clear, just plain do it better.” Kristina looks forward to collaborating with you on your special songs, and if you select the "Honey Due" option, you can request your custom song from both Kristina and Honey and the 45s incredible guitarist, Jon Gould.

Let Kristina Cottone Write You a Song!

  • 60 seconds original mini-song, Single Vocal / Single Instrument (Guitar or Ukulele)
  • Full original custom song with single instrument + vocal
  • Honey Due option, featuring Honey & the 45s talented guitarist Jon Gould. Full original custom song with multiple instruments + vocals
  • Two song concept bundle. Multi instrument + vocals featuring guitarist, Jon Gould. (think "Side A + Side B" of a single)