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Jillian Jacqueline

About Jillian Jacqueline

Jillian Jacqueline is an American country/pop singer. She was born in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania and spent her childhood there until her family moved to New York City.

At age 9, she became part of the cast of “Christmas from the Heart”, a Yuletide revue starring Kenny Rogers that ran for three months on Broadway. Jacqueline spent the next several years as part of Rogers' touring show. Through Rogers, she was introduced to Billy Dean and Suzy Bogguss, who invited the young vocalist to join them on a duet single, “Keep Mom and Dad in Love,” in 2001. Around this time, Jacqueline formed a group with her sisters known as the Little Women Band.

She completed her studies at Philadelphia University in 2010 and moved to Nashville to pursue her music career. She collaborated with Richard Marx to release her debut EP Jillian Jacqueline. After signing with Big Loud Records, she released the single “Reasons” (which she later performed on Late Night With Seth Myers), followed by the Side A EP in 2017. The EP reached the Spotify US Top 50 Viral charts and garnered over 20 million streams. A sequel Side B was released in 2018, consisting of singles “If I Were You” and “Sad Girls.”