Buzzy newcomer JILLIAN JACQUELINE
brought effortless cool to the Big Apple last night, making her late-night television debut on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers
. Applauded by Rolling Stone Country
for her “vintage style and a blistering, cut-to-the-chase view on love,” Jacqueline electrified the audience with her debut single “Reasons.” Decked in a multicolor ensemble, she showcased her emotive vocals and relatable lyrics from behind a bright microphone stand emblazoned with a bolt of lightning.
The appearance comes on the heels of the official “Reasons” music video release, for which Jacqueline co-directed and served in the starring role. The clip premiered with Refinery29
as part of “The Drop” series and features Jacqueline channeling vintage vibes in a series of vibrant vignettes. “Reasons” can now be viewed on Vevo
and goes into rotation on CMT tomorrow
Poised for her breakout year, the Big Loud Records songstress boasts high-profile performances on the books in 2018. She will take the stage in Park City, UT as part of the “CMA Songwriters Series” lineup at the Sundance ASCAP Music Café, then hit the road as a special guest with Jordan Davis on the WHITE WINE AND WHISKEY TOUR in February. Jacqueline will head across the pond for London’s C2C Festival before embarking on Spring 2018 tours with both Thomas Rhett and Brett Eldredge.
Named an artist to watch by Vevo, Pandora, Amazon Music, CMT, Rolling Stone, AXS, Sounds Like Nashville, Whiskey Riff and countless others, Jacqueline has fans and critics anticipating the release of “Reasons” to Country radio. Hitting airwaves January 22, the song is already a streaming sensation after amassing more than 12 million streams on Spotify and catapulting into the platform’s Viral 50 USA list.