Lisa Jacobi is a life scholar, professional musician & recording artist, producer, composer and creator.
A small voice in a big world.
Why 2017 Is My Year to Disappear
A note to my professional music colleagues and music friends & listeners –
2017 is my year to sequester and to devote myself to intense studies into Blues & Jazz music. This means I must stay off the stage to fully immerse with monomaniacal zeal & passion as I move in this different direction with my guitar and violin and vocals. This is the type of opportunity one must grab in faith – a desire that almost every professional musician wishes for themselves.
Thank you, so far, to the festival bookers and venue promoters who have supported me and my music in the past decade with a particular shout-out to those in the southeast U.S. who have honored me with repeat appearances at: Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival (3x), Riverfront Nights (2x), Downtown Chattanooga Lunchtime Music (3x), Anderson Music Hall in north Georgia (3x), Atlanta’s Chomp & Stomp Festival (2x) and Peachblossom Festival (9 years!), Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, GA (3x), Red Clay Music Foundry (3x), Purple Fiddle in West Virginia (3x), Boogie (4x), Nashville’s 3rd and Lindsley & Layla’s (2x), Atlanta’s Red Light Cafe (7x), North Carolina’s Doyles in Murphy (7x), Nantahala Outdoor Center (7x) and John C. Campbell Folk School Concert Series & Festivals (10x), Blue Ridge Brewery (many x), Birmingham Alabama’s Moonlight on the Mountain (2x), West Virginia’s Pickin’ In Parsons (2x), Athens GA HemlockFest (4x) & The Melting Point (6x), Union County Georgia Music Series (10 years)… and the dozens and dozens of music venues big & small throughout other parts of the U.S. and in Europe who have provided to me and my bandmates the privilege to share our music.
I will be back in 2018 and when I do, I’ll return to the stage with new musical ideas, sounds, and colleagues. – LxoJ
“Every time you are creative, you are on holy ground.”
– Lisa Jacobi
With music that echoes eternal tones, LxoJ brings to live audiences her original music and rarely heard gems penned by legends.
She is at home in small music venues and on large festival stages.
““Every time you are creative, you are on holy ground.” – Lisa Jacobi