Academy of Country Music® Welcomes Jillian Jacqueline for a Visit

Photo L-R: Jensen Sussman, Sweet Talk Publicity; Kevin “Chief” Zaruk, Big Loud Mountain; Seth England, Big Loud Mountain; Clay Hunnicutt, Big Loud Records; Jillian Jacqueline; Pete Fisher, ACM CEO; Scott McGhee, McGhee Entertainment
Photo Credit: Michel Bourquard/Courtesy of the Academy of Country Music

Encino, CA (July 6, 2017) – The Academy of Country Music® welcomed Big Loud Records recording artist Jillian Jacqueline to the office while she was in Los Angeles recently. While at the Academy, Jacqueline performed new songs, “Hate Me” and “Reasons,” that she co-wrote and will be featured on her forthcoming debut project produced by Tofer Brown.

“Reasons,” has already rocketed into Spotify’s Viral 50 USA list while accumulating over 5.8 million streams and counting on this streaming platform alone. Positioned on several prominent playlists including Spotify’s New Music Friday, the song is also currently featured on Sirius XM’s “On The Horizon” program.

Click here to watch a video from Jillian Jacqueline’s visit featuring an exclusive interview and clips from her performance.

About Jillian Jacqueline
A native of Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, Jacqueline was road-mentored by country icon Kenny Rogers and has written and recorded alongside legends like Vince Gill and Richard Marx. Combining a progressive mindset with effortlessly raw vocals and new-school, no-holds-barred storytelling, she is part of the exciting Big Loud Records label roster with breakout success Chris Lane and rising star Morgan Wallen. Jacqueline has been invited to co-write with some of the biggest hitmakers in Music City, including Craig Wiseman, Shane McAnally, Natalie Hemby, Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins, Lori McKenna and more. Dubbed a “dazzling chanteuse-wordsmith” by Rolling Stone in 2016, her stunning first song and video for Big Loud Records, “Reasons,” made it’s debut on CMT in April 2017. CMT has named her to the coveted Next Women of Country list and also included her on the “17 for 2017” rundown of new artists to watch in the coming year.

Courtesy of ACM