An endless passion for music, for discovery, for people, for life.

When Jaclyn Bradley Palmer was in college studying opera at Indiana University, she read a biography on Mozart. Inspired by a life full of travel, adventure and creativity, Palmer thought: “I want that.” A product of Italian Immigrants, Jaclyn was born in Ohio with the desire to explore. After obtaining a degree in vocal performance, she lived in both New York City and Los Angeles where she began to record music and compose for television and film. Jaclyn has appeared on both sides of the camera as actress, host, director and composer. She and her music have been featured on Bravo, TLC, VH1, MTV, HGTV, Time Warner, and Bravo. She is also a published music therapist who conducted the largest surgical music therapy study in history. With a master’s degree from Colorado State University, she continues to research the effect of music on patients. Her documentary film, “Made of Gold” has been showcased in film festivals worldwide. She has recorded three albums, her most recent effort being produced in the Netherlands. Cleveland magazine named her one of the city’s most interesting people of 2016. Singer-songwriter, recording artist, filmmaker, music therapist, and author…

Jaclyn Bradley Palmer is still writing her life’s requiem.