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Kris Drever (born 1978 in Orkney, Scotland) is a Scottish contemporary folk musician and songwriter, who came to prominence in 2006 with the release of his debut solo album, Black Water. Drever is the vocalist and guitarist of the award-winning folk trio Lau alongside Martin Green and Aidan O'Rourke, and has worked with numerous other British folk contemporaries including Kate Rusby, John McCusker, Ian Carr, Eddi Reader and Julie Fowlis. Kris plays an Atkin J45 acoustic guitar.
Drever was born in Kirkwall,Orkney, where he learned to play guitar and participated in the island's folk festival. In 1995 at age 17 he moved to Edinburgh, where he played at the Tron Ceilidh House several nights a week. He played the double bass for a time but returned to the guitar where his style – "a highly individual blend of rhythm and harmony, folk, jazz, rock and country inflections" – made him a sought after session musician