Rising singer-songwriter JILLIAN JACQUELINE reached new heights with her first-ever run of headline shows in major U.S. cities. Performing tracks from her latest EP, SIDE B, breakthrough project SIDE A, and a handful of true-blue fan-favorites, Jacqueline captivated crowds in Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA, New York, NY, and College Park, MD.
Praised for her “intriguing spin on country-pop” (Washington Post), she brought the emotional heat with “Sad Girls” – previously named a “Song You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone – but kept it light with upbeat love songs including “Friends” and “Somebody.” Known to “switch styles so seamlessly” (NYCountry Swag), she showcased versatility with a cover of The Weeknd’s “I Feel It Coming” while remaining true to her Country roots as heard on SIDE A’s cutting “Sugar and Salt.”
Jacqueline is gearing up for a string of international shows, kicking off with back-to-back nights in Amsterdam, Netherlands on May 17. She’s on tap for numerous U.K. dates, reuniting with Kip Moore this summer on the ROOM TO SPARE: ACOUSTIC TOUR beginning May 26. She will cross off another career milestone with her first-ever headline show in the U.K. on June 1, and return in September to perform at The Long Road Festival. Continuing her trek across the globe, she is also set for five upcoming shows in Germany.
Not slowing down on the touring front in the U.S., Jacqueline will open three dates for Little Big Town in June with several festival performances coming up; CMA Fest, Country Concert in Fort Loramie, OH, and Country Thunder in Twin Lakes, WI.
Meanwhile, Jacqueline recently tied the knot with musician Bryan Brown during a bohemian art deco inspired ceremony in Nashville, TN. Highlighted in PEOPLE magazine’s May 13 print issue, all the details of their April 27 wedding are featured exclusively on PEOPLE.com.