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One Phrase A Day Project

 

Beginning on March 13, Kriz Rogers started posting snippets from her to this date unreleased song “With Brand New Eyes – Marilyn’s Song” on twitter.

It is a song that was written for a lady that had gone through more than you’d think anyone would have to go through and had her daughter pass away after suffering a diabetic coma. Kriz wrote it to encourage her “to find strength in her own wings” as Kriz put it.

There will be one line posted per day from the song.

Follow the posts on https://twitter.com/krizrogers

 

 

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Reaching New Hights On Reverbnation Chart

 

New success story for Kriz Rogers: The Swedish born country singer and songwriter has now climbed to the #21 spot on the Reverbnation Chart for country artists in Nashville.

Reverbnation Number 21 on the chart

It is the highest ranking she has held since moving from Chattanooga to Nashville in 2013. Kriz reached #1 in Chattanooga just before the relocation.

www.reverbnation.com/krizrogers

More Radio Stations Frequently Playing Kriz Rogers

Kingwood Kowboy Kountry Korral https://www.radionomy.com/en/radio/kingwoodkowboykountrykorral/index   (USA)

Radio Milton Keynes – Russell Country & Western Music http://radiomk.co.uk/    (UK)   You can listen to the show from November 3 on https://www.mixcloud.com/radiomk/russell-country-western-music-november-3rd-2015/ and Kriz Rogers will be played on November 10 as well.

Bright Sky Radio  http://www.brightskyradio.com/  (USA)

New Heading West Radio Show with Texas Theme

A new Heading West Radio Show will be aired on www.countrykanalen.se this coming and the next weekend.

The show will have a Texas theme and the DJ Kriz Rogers will talk about and play Texas country music and artists and provide a recipe for Texas Toast.

The air times are:

Friday April 3 at 6 pm Central Time

Saturday April 4 at 7.30 am Central Time

Saturday April 4 at 6 pm Central Time

Sunday April 5 at 7.30 am Central Time

Friday April 10 at 6 pm Central Time

Saturday April 11 at 7.30 am Central Time

Saturday April 11 at 6 pm Central Time

Sunday April 12 at 7.30 am Central Time

In Central European Time the dates and times are:

Saturday and Sunday April 4-5 and April 11-12 at 01.00 and 14.30.

Kriz Rogers emcees in Swedish, but plays songs sung in English by well known artists like George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Lee Roy Parnell, George Hamilton IV, Mark Chesnutt, Amy Francis, Red Jenkins & Joe Sun and Miranda Lambert.

Songs with lyrics

There are now lyrics available to read along with listening to “Midnight Memories”, Singing My Blues Away”, “Your Leavin'” and “Music” on musicxray.  You can also leave comments there with your facebook profile.

Links for songs:  http://www.musicxray.com/xrays/372105

 http://www.musicxray.com/xrays/372110

http://www.musicxray.com/xrays/372115

http://www.musicxray.com/xrays/372106

Presentation

Kriz Rogers has produced and released two albums with 17 of her 270+ original songs in the name “Kriztina Åhs & Countryfied”. The albums are called “Kriztinacountry” and “Roads”. Both have been very well received and given great reviews in Sweden, for example in the magazine Kountry Korral and the online magazine Countrywood and the songs are being played on radio stations all over the world. The song “Singing My Blues Away” reached #15 on European Country Music Association’s chart 2009 and #1 on the Swedish Närradiolistan on Folkradion and the song “Roads” was on the Scandinavian distributed Mr. Music’s release 1-2009. Kriz has performed at major country music festivals in Sweden like Duved, Lingbo and Vemdalen and she and her band also was a backing band for the American artists Carl Mann, Rayburn Anthony and Rip Masters when they visited Sweden in 2008. In September 2008 she was one of three contestants in The Swedish Mastership of Country Music called “CountrySM”. Kriz is married to ICMA Traditional Male Country Vocalist of the year 2008, Chase Rogers of Chattanooga, Tennessee and that’s where they live since April 2009.

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