Brad Jacobsen

Brad Jacobsen

Bonney Lake, Washington

“Music that hits the heart and tugs at the emotional strings of the mind, and a musician who can paint a musical landscape of wondrous proportions…” is how One World Music Radio describes the music and artistry of award-winning Kawai artist, Brad Jacobsen.

In 2011 Jacobsen released his debut solo piano album “Road Home,” a collection of original music inspired by home and family. This was followed just a few months later by “Deck the Halls,” the first in a trilogy of award-winning Christmas albums that quickly became fan favorites (“Midnight Clear” 2015 & “Winter” 2018).

For his 2013 album “Thirteen Tales,” Jacobsen found inspiration in the classic stories of the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and others. The following year, “The Arrow & the Song,” an album inspired by the four seasons, was recommended by Deepak Chopra in a 2019 CNBC article, 5 Travel Hacks.

In 2016 and 2017 Jacobsen released “Pastorale” and “In the Pines,” albums containing refreshing and original arrangements of well-loved hymns and folk songs. January 2020 saw the release of his 9th studio album, “Shadowlight,” an album of original compositions about personal growth, change, and reflection.  In 2021 Jacobsen released his 10th solo piano album, “Nocturne,” a compilation of original music and classical arrangements, all with a Night-time theme.

A lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, Brad makes his home in the foothills of Mt. Rainier with his wife and three sons. All of Brad’s albums have been recorded at the renowned Piano Haven Studio in Sedona, AZ. To learn more, visit [url=][/url]

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