Jaclyn Bradley Palmer is currently a contestant on the 8th season of The voice of Holland, the television show that originated the hit series known stateside as simply, The Voice. She is the only American featured this season. Before moving overseas, the singer-songwriter was a resident of Los Angeles where she and her music was featured on Bravo, TLC, VH1, MTV, HGTV, Time Warner, and Bravo. For Palmer, the art of merging music and film is very important. Her original music has been heard on television shows such as The Rachel Zoe Project, Breaking Bonaduce, King of the Crown and House Hunters International, as well as the film The Hipsters starring Joan Rivers and the award winning documentary, Made of Gold. Additionally, Palmer’s music video, “A Loaded Gun,” which confronted gun violence, was an official selection at the 2017 Orlando Film Festival. Jaclyn holds degree in Music Therapy from Cleveland State and Colorado State Universities and a Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Indiana University where she studied opera. Now a singer-songwriter, she has performed her compositions across the globe. She is also a published music therapist who conducted the largest music therapy study in history to use live music in the operating arena. She has recorded three albums and has a new EP, Be it Wild or Poetic, to be released January of 2018. Cleveland magazine (her hometown) named her one of the city’s most interesting people of 2016.
Talented artists with a unique voice, truly among the beautiful voices . The lyrics of the song were unique and the performance was distinctive.