Lorain native Jaclyn Bradley Palmer is just a step away from walking the red carpet in Hollywood, with the premiere of her latest musical video, ‘Love the Bodies We’re In’, this year at the ‘Dances with Film’ Festival in Los Angeles, California at the iconic Chinese Theatre on June 15.
A contestant on the eighth season of “The Voice of Holland” (influenced by the original NBC television series ‘The Voice’), Palmer hit it out as Danny Bonaduce’s personal assistant on VH1’s hit, ‘Breaking Bonaduce’, and ‘Random Acts of Music’ where she helped create a 12-episode voice lesson series.
A resident of both America and the Netherlands, her music has been featured on MTV, VH1, HGTV’s Househunter’s International, BRAVO’s The Rachel Zoe Project, TLC, The Hipsters (starring Joan Rivers) and also her documentary ‘Made of Gold,’ which she made as a tribute to those who died in the USS Indianapolis in World War II.
The relationship between film and music has always been important to Jaclyn, as she says of her upcoming video debut at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood, “When a singer writes a song, it begins as merely a way to quiet the mind and understand the heart. To have that song take life in film and reach the hearts of others is a great joy, to which I can only be grateful.”