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Red Beet Recommends: Jesse Lafser

Raised On the Plains, the latest album from Jesse Lafser.

Check out the "Jack Hat Blues" video premiere on Rolling Stone.

"Lafser’s stories come at you one after another, like the white dashes on a highway passing you by but, somehow, still remaining." - Kelly McCartney, The Bluegrass Situation
 
"Lafser has a unique and raw balance of western folk sounds that are as blue as the Sea of Cortes...Her vocals are genuine, the music is simple and purposeful." - Ear to the Ground

"In terms of songwriting, Jesse Lafser writes circles around most people in this town. That’s saying something, because this town is Nashville." - Wells Adams, WRLT Lightning 100

 

For more information, visit jesselafser.com

Land in Sight

Land in Sight

2012

"★★★★. Lafser’s ability to tell a story is remarkable…her unassuming voice is subdued, simple and clear – perfect for delivering [Land in Sight’s] profound truths.” - American Songwriter

"A student of her generation’s folk revival…grounded and human." - Jewly Hight, Nashville Scene

"At times her songs harness the gritty folk of Gillian Welch, and at other times they even contain the Western lilting of Patsy Cline." - Jon Karr, New York Minute Magazine

Red Beet Recommends: Jesse Lafser

Raised On the Plains, the latest album from Jesse Lafser.

Check out the "Jack Hat Blues" video premiere on Rolling Stone.

"Lafser’s stories come at you one after another, like the white dashes on a highway passing you by but, somehow, still remaining." - Kelly McCartney, The Bluegrass Situation
 
"Lafser has a unique and raw balance of western folk sounds that are as blue as the Sea of Cortes...Her vocals are genuine, the music is simple and purposeful." - Ear to the Ground

"In terms of songwriting, Jesse Lafser writes circles around most people in this town. That’s saying something, because this town is Nashville." - Wells Adams, WRLT Lightning 100

 

For more information, visit jesselafser.com

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