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 Billy Currington, Jordan Davis, Devin Dawson, Brett Eldredge, Little Big Town, Thomas Rhett and Dwight Yoakam. She recently wrapped her first-ever run of headline dates, followed by a string of sold-out shows with Kip Moore in the U.K., and capped off her stint across the pond with her first headlining show in London. 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. Read more at JillianJacqueline.com.