An indie-singer songwriter and published music therapist, Jaclyn Bradley Palmer was first introduced to pop songs when she was a contestant on the 8th Season of ‘The Voice of Holland’. As the only participant from America, she has been a resident of Los Angeles where her music was featured on TLC, VH1, MTV, HGTV, Time Warner, and Bravo. She believes that music can actually add character to a movie, as she has portrayed in her one-shot film ‘Love the Bodies We’re In’.
Her music video ‘A Loaded Gun’, which is against gun violence, was an official selection at the 2017 Orlando Film Festival. She also holds a Masters degree in music from the Colorado State University and has a Bachelor’s degree in vocal performance from Indiana University where she studied opera.
In an interview with Meaww, talks about music as a healing force against depression and says that she has seen hospitalized patients move from depression to hope in three minutes from just one song. Excerpts:
What inspired your EP ‘Be it Wild or Poetic’?
The wild-hearted are often torn between the nostalgia that ties us to our past and the strong urges that lead us toward new experiences. This EP is about the strange struggle of living between the two.