Born in the eastern Australian coastal town of Coffs Harbour to her Norwegian immigrant father and Australian mother, Christina's family later moved to Brisbane where in her early teens the passion to learn to play guitar was blooming and later, after moving to Sydney, she met & began guitar lessons with, and eventually married guitarist Steve Crofts (Guitarist with 'The Bombers' (a band formed by the late Alan Lancaster of Status Quo & Australia's John Brewster of the Angels) & 'Black Cat Moan' and earlier 'Topaz').
Honing her guitar playing skills in various cover bands over the years, Christina's trademark sound and style was beginning to emerge with evidence of the influences of the musicians she grew up listening to.
In the late 1990's she formed and fronted on vocals/guitar 'Croftstown Traffic' - a three piece blues/rock covers band, which later become 'Croftstown' with the addition of Steve on guitar following the end of his other musical commitments (The Bombers). 'Croftstown' enjoyed several years of gigging around Sydney releasing the self funded album Croftstown 'Unboogie' album in 2006.
Croftstown was eventually shelved due to the impact of Huntington's Disease on Steve and his declining ability to play guitar. In 2008 Christina released her own self funded debut album 'Midnight Train', consisting of 9 original tracks which received great reviews and saw her embark on a new phase of her music career.
Christina has worked relentlessly to pursue her musical path despite some devastating personal losses, performing regular gigs in and around Sydney, Central Coast and Newcastle was well as several festival appearances including 'Blues on Broadbeach', Agnes Water Blues Roots & Rock Festival' and 'Docklands Blues Festival' in 2018 - 'Australian Blues Festival Goulburn', 'Blues Roulette Kings & Queens Tour', 'St Kilda Blues Festival' Echuca Winter Blues Festival and Cooma Blues & Roots Festival in 2019. Previous festival appearances include Thredbo Blues Festival (2011 & 2015) Mitchell Creek Rock 'n Blues Festival (2015) Narooma Blues Festival (2000 and 2013) and Bimbadgen (2008).
Recording for what was intended to be a full album commenced in early 2016 but was scaled down due Steve's frail health. Sadly Steve passed away in August that year, but knowing that Steve would have wanted her to keep going with her music, a four track EP "Like We Used To" was released, which saw the first track "Breakway" debut at #1 in the AMRAP AirIt regionals charts and the EP remained in the top 20 of the ABARAC charts for 6 months. 'Breakaway' is a song cultivated by Christina from an 'idea' Steve had laid down on a 4 track recorder some 20 years earlier.