Kristen

 

Kristen poses with Disney Legend Richard Sherman at Disney's Soda Fountain in Hollywood.
Kristen poses with Disney Legend Richard Sherman at Disney’s Soda Fountain in Hollywood.

Mousetalgia Kristen may be best known for her color commentary, but she also brings her inquiring mind and insatiable appetite for new and exciting Disney-related experiences to the podcast.

In addition to her on-the-scene reports, Kristen is also the Mousetalgia house musician, and often records various themes and tunes for the show on her accordian (or her concertina, her piano, her banjo, or some other various rhythm instrument she finds laying around her home), putting her degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music to good use.

After having spent a season in sub-Saharan Africa as a professional storyteller reporting on the HIV/AIDS epidemic, Kristen has a special insight into the value of humor and perspective, and Kristen brings this joie de vivre to Mousetalgia. As a member of D23, the Cartoon Art Museum, and the Walt Disney Family Museum, Kristen rarely misses an opportunity to report on West Coast-based Disney happenings.

Links

Kristen is our staff blogger.

Follow Mousetalgia Kristen on Twitter!

Download an album of Kristen’s 2013 Halloween songs (plus bonus sound effects by Jeff). (Right-click and “save” to your desktop or hard drive.)

Download Kristen’s instrumental version of “What, No Mickey Mouse?” (Right-click and “save” to your desktop or hard drive.)

Download Kristen’s instrumental version of “Pineapple Princess Polka” from Episode 220 (Right-click and “save” to your desktop or hard drive.)

Download Kristen’s “Lost Chords” songs as a single track as heard in the February 2014 episodes of Mousetalgia.