Childhood star turned modern country sensation, Jillian Jacqueline has been singing for crowds since age seven. A native of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, Jacqueline headed to Nashville to pursue a long-awaited dream after several years of hiatus from her music. Her single “Overdue” (produced by renowned songwriter and artist Richard Marx) helped launch her into country music stardom, encouraging the release of her first, self-titled EP. The first track, “Prime,” recently landed as number 10 on CMT’s weekly 12-pack, above recent hits from Kip Moore and Keith Urban.
Soft, sweet and undeniably southern, Jillian Jacqueline is the classic girl next door, with lyrics that are effortlessly uplifting and a tone that employs just the right amount of charming twang.
Rolling Stone recently placed Jacqueline in the “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” list for May 2016. The emerging country artist will be playing the CMA Music Festival on June 9.
Nashville Sunday Night is a special presentation of Nashville’s Independent Radio, Lightning 100. Each Sunday night Lightning 100 broadcasts a concert from 3rd and Lindsley, one of Nashville’s finest live music venues. April 24, 2016 featured Jillian Jacqueline opening up for Gregg Holden.