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Kriz Rogers is signed to Colt Records, Nashville and their first release is the single "Memoryville" written by the legendary songwriter Glenn D. Tubb who also wrote "Home Of The Blues" and "Skip A Rope". "Memoryville" is available to purchase online at http://coltrecords.bandcamp.com/album/kriz-rogers-memoryville
Kriz Rogers has produced and released two albums with 17 of her 300+ 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 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 the European Country Music Association's chart 2009, #1 on the listeners chart Närradiolistan on Folkradion and the song “Roads” was included on Mr. Music’s release 1-2009. Kriz has performed at major country music festivals like for instance Duved, Furuvik, Lingbo and Vemdalen and she and her band played with the American artists Carl Mann, Rayburn Anthony and Rip Masters when they visited Sweden in 2008. In September 2008 she was one of three nominees for the title Traditional Country Music Artist of the Year at Country SM.
Kriz resides in Nashville, Tennessee and is a member of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) and ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers). As a songwriter, Kriz has a single song contract with Warner Chappell Music Scandinavia and performs regularly at songwriter's nights in Nashville.
Kriz Rogers's mom is a breast cancer survivor, so when you see Kriz wearing pink you know she's doing that to honor her mom, to show gratitude towards the medical progress and spread awareness. She loves spending time in God's beautiful creation and is a member and supporter of the Arbor Day Foundation and the Nature Conservancy. A quote of hers: "If we didn't have nature, we wouldn't have life".