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.”  

View photos from Jillian Jacqueline's headline run HERE
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 (6/6 and 6/7), Country Concert in Fort Loramie, OH (7/13), and Country Thunder in Twin Lakes, WI (7/19).
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. See their big day here: photo gallery

Giving Washington Post an inside look at her journey and artistry in an interview brimming with her signature sincerity, the publication observes, “Jillian Jacqueline’s career hasn’t turned out how she thought it would. It’s better.” Read the profile here.
May 17 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Vrij Paleis
May 18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Hupsake Houseboat
May 21 – Stratford-upon-avon, U.K. – Courtyard Theatre
May 24 – Berlin, Germany – Berta
May 26 – Manchester, U.K. – Academy 2*
May 27 – Glasgow, U.K. – City Halls & Old Fruitmarket*
May 29 – Birmingham, U.K. – Birmingham Town Hall*
May 30 – London, U.K. – Cadogan Hall*
June 1 – London, U.K. – Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
June 6 – Nashville, TN – CMA Fest, Chevy Breakout Stage
June 7 – Nashville, TN – CMA Fest, Firestone Country Roads Stage
June 8 – Atlantic City, NJ – Mark G Etess Arena^
June 28 – Highland Park, IL – Ravinia Festival^
June 29 – Kettering, OH – Fraze Pavilion^
July 13 – Fort Loramie, OH – Country Concert
July 19 – Twin Lakes, WI – Country Thunder Wisconsin
Sept 7 – Leicestershire, U.K. – The Long Road Festival
Sept 9 – Kōln, Germany – YUCA
Sept 10 – Berlin, Germany – FRANNZ Club
Sept 11 – München, Germany – Backstage Club
Sept 12 – Hamburg, Germany – Indra Club 64

* = with Kip Moore
^ = with Little Big Town
For more about Jillian Jacqueline, and to purchase tickets, visit www.jillianjacqueline.com. Reach out to her on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.
“Part of the next generation of country music stars” (Refinery29) Jillian Jacqueline is taking the music scene by storm with her effortlessly raw vocals and new-school, no-holds-barred storytelling. The bold up-and-comer’s six-song EP, SIDE B, features buzzed-about tracks “If I Were You” (feat. Keith Urban), “Sad Girls,” and “Tragic.” Since intriguing Country fans and media alike with her breakout EP SIDE A, she has gathered 80 million plus total streams. Recognized by NPR as "a spare, unvarnished communicator and a singer whose moodiness can be accentuated with gently embellished, beat-driven production,” she was named one of Rolling Stone’s “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know” and praised by American Songwriter as “catchy and radio-ready as hell,“ Jacqueline is the first Country artist to make Vevo’s elite dscvr Artists To Watch list, while also earning spots on Pandora’s Country Artists To Watch 2018 and CMT’s coveted Next Women of Country list as well as the network's tastemaking “18 for 2018” rundown of emerging artists. After making her late night television debut on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, she was spotlighted as Billboard’s “Chartbreaker,” a monthly franchise highlighting rising artists climbing the charts. Jacqueline has landed coveted opening slots with Thomas Rhett, Brett Eldredge, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Currington, Jordan Davis and Devin Dawson. Recently wrapping her first-ever run of headline dates, she will return to the U.K. for a string of sold-out shows with Kip Moore. A native of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, she was road-mentored by Country icon Kenny Rogers and has written and recorded alongside legends like Vince Gill and Richard Marx.