May 4th, 2022 7pm Stage
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Jacqueline Hackett is a 22-year old, New York-based singer/songwriter and college dropout. Exploring themes of love, loss, death and religion through a nostalgic lense, she connects to her audience through unfiltered lyricism and acute moments of vulnerability.
In March 2021, Hackett released her debut single produced by Quinn Devlin, “The Rest of the World Could See.” The song is a slow-burning testament to the all-encompassing feeling of being haunted by the past, when trying to forget someone only makes the memories come back in full force and soon, you are reminded of the past in almost everything around you. OnesToWatch writes, “The lyrical story cuts deep through the heavy emotional and instrumental haze, allowing listeners to soak in the expansive scope of sounds she and her backing band produce.”
Hackett’s debut EP, As the Summer Let You Down, is set to be released within the coming year.