"When an artist can make themselves known all over the world, that is true artistry... Jaclyn Bradley Palmer is that artist." -West Side Story News
Jaclyn Bradley Palmer was recently featured on The Voice of Holland (the TV show that originated The Voice) and was the only American selected for the show. Before moving overseas, this international singer-songwriter was a resident of Los Angeles where she and her music appeared on Bravo, TLC, VH1, MTV, HGTV, Time Warner, and Bravo. Although she holds a degree in opera, it is her original music which has been heard on television shows such as The Rachel Zoe Project, Breaking Bonaduce, and House Hunters International.
When she is not performing for audiences, she can be found bedside at hospitals singing with patients. A board certified music therapist, she conducted the largest music therapy study in history to use live music in the operating arena. This research was published in the esteemed Journal of Clinical Oncology.
The merging of music and film is also of importance to Palmer whose music videos have been named official section at the Orlando Film Festival, Amsterdam Lift Off Festival, Utah Music Awards (which she won!) and Dances with Films in Hollywood where her latest work premiered at the famed Chinese Theater. It is not surprising that Cleveland magazine (her hometown) named her one of the city’s most interesting people.
This winter, Palmer will release her 4th studio album, a holiday record titled, December.