Kristina Jacobsen | Three Roses

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Three Roses

by Kristina Jacobsen

Album blends expansive, yodeling melodies with the crying steel guitar and fiddle. Original tunes combine elements of honky tonk, western, Americana and roots music to create soulful, place-based songs.
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Long Returning Road
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2. Inez
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3. Has-Been Cowboy
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4. Me, My Dog, And My Guitar
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5. Dogs and Children
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6. Ms Loretta Lynn
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7. Man Grown Old
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8. Louisiana Hayride
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9. Three Roses
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10. White Knuckles
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11. Six Seconds
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Album Notes
New Mexico based singer-songwriter Kristina Jacobsen combines elements of honky tonk, western, Americana and roots music to create soulful, place-based songs. Inspired by time spent in Norway, Italy and the Navajo Nation, she performs on both acoustic and lapsteel guitars, joining expansive, yodeling melodies to lyrics delving into the beauty and pain of human experience. Drawing favorable comparisons to Gillian Welch, Lucinda Williams and Patty Loveless, Kristina’s songs are equal parts honest, playful and open-hearted.

"Three Roses" was a collaboration between musicians and songwriters in the U.S., Scandinavia and the U.K. Thank you to all the fantastic musicians both in Albuquerque, New Mexico and Copenhagen, Denmark, who contributed their talent to make this album possible. All songs are my own unless co-written with someone else. At its best, songwriting restores a piece of humanity back to both the performer and the listener through the human connection songs create: thank you for giving a piece of mine back to me by listening and being in touch. I’d love to hear from you at:

Thank you to: Mom, Dad, Jacobsen family, Bia family, Carol Kelly, Doug MacDonald, Mette Lethan, Alyssa Lord, Cory Atkinson, Wilson Hunter, Inez Paddock and friends on Navajo Nation; co-writers Janni Littlepage, Maria Blom, Nicole Dillenberg, Andy Goggin and Arlondo Bia; Brett Perkins’ Listening Room Retreats, Steve Seskin, Mary Gauthier, David Bashwiner, Andreas Larsen, UNM Songwriting Students, Albuquerque, Copenhagen and Chicago Songwriting Communities, and the lovely supporters and fans I’ve met along the way. Ahéhee’/Tusen Takk!



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Helen Moorefield

Congratulations on the first
Engagingly soulful, rich harmonies, lyrical full of depth, thoroughly musical and enjoyable. A splendid album, rich in talent. See you in January for your CD Release Celebration Kristina.
Love, Momsa

Peter Jacobsen

I loved this album!
This was such a treat to hear: I loved the mix of jubilation and solemnity, and your writing was clever and thoughtful. I will share with friends too, for sure. Thanks for your great work! If I can join in January, I'd love to.