Heading to Folk Alliance International 2023

I'm so excited to be heading to Kansas City this week for my first-time attending Folk Alliance International. I'll be spending five days playing six private showcases, participating in workshops, listening to other musicians, meeting DJs and networking with industry…

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Album Arsonist Daughter Released

Aspen's new album 'Arsonist Daughter' laces a burning motif throughout its eleven tracks which indeed ends with the instrumental track “Arson” which acts as a symbolic rebirth. In her songs, Aspen tackles issues such as relationships, religion, mental health, and…

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USC's 2022 New Student Convocation

I am beyond grateful to have had the opportunity to perform at The University of Southern California's New Student Convocation! What an amazing way to start off my first year as a student in the USC Thornton Popular Music Program.

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Lowell Arts Featured Artist

So grateful for being this month’s Lowell Arts Featured Artist!! Check out the beautifully written article and my video interview on their website link below. Many thanks to LowellArts, Cliff Yankivich the wonderful article, Dale Kropf for the video and…

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Acoustic Alternatives with John Bommarito Interview

Thank you Acoustic Alternatives with John Bommarito for featuring me on your podcast from Grove Studios. I had a great time chatting/playing a few songs during the interview.

Monday Mourning Released

“Monday Mourning” is a harrowing account of acts of gun violence with haunting ethereal musicality. Last summer Aspen recorded "Monday Mourning" in Nashville at OMNISound with producer Dominic Davis, Larissa Maestro on cello and Aspen on guitar and vocals. When…

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The Cello Sherpa Interview

Have you ever listened to the podcast The Cello Sherpa? Host Joel Dallow recently interviewed myself and one of my classmates, Carly Troyer. When you have some time, you should check it out and learn more about me, my friend…

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Dear Brother Released

“Dear Brother” is a very personal statement on mental health that recalls prime Joni Mitchell. This song was inspired by Aspen's brother who struggles with Autism and depression.  Disturbed by her brother's struggles, Aspen wrote this song in the bathroom…

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The Stratton Setlist's Interview

Check out The Stratton Setlist's "Personal Empowerment - Aspen Jacobsen Confronts Negative Emotions on 'Shouldn't Give a Damn'" article. (link below) “The first two lines … I wrote after a sleepless weekend," I explained in the interview for the article…

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