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Frode Jacobsen (born 11 June 1974) is a musician, bass guitarist, songwriter and record producer from Stokmarknes in Norway. Along with Sivert Høyem he was a founding member of the band Madrugada, one of the most successful acts in Norwegian musical history. As a songwriter he contributed to many of the band's songs including "Lift Me" an award-winning hit in the 2005 Spellemannprisen, the Norwegian equivalent of the Grammy awards. Along with the rest of the band, Jacobsen co-produced several of the band's albums in addition to producing albums by the band Savoy, Charlotte & The Co-Stars, Howl and Ingrid Olava.


Following the death of friend and bandmate Robert Buras in 2007 and the demise of Madrugada in 2008, Jacobsen joined the remains of Buràs' band My Midnight Creeps to form a new band, Kitchie Kitchie Ki Me O (KKKMO). They released their self-titled debut album in June 2011, co-produced by Jacobsen with a follow up expected sometime in 2014.

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