Jackie Sullivan is excited to present her sophomore Album, “Find Your Light”

Co-produced by Billy Sutton, Spencer Crewe and Karla Pilgrim, Find Your Light is filled with roots based and contemporary original material and laced with storytelling songs of legacy and strength that speak to our culture and unwavering resilience.

Singer songwriter Jackie Sullivan hails from Calvert, on the musically rich Southern Shore of Newfoundland and Labrador. Jackie’s earliest performances started at the early age of 10 years old in church and at school concerts. In 2002, Jackie released her debut album ‘Out of the Rain’ and was named Music NL’s Female Artist of the Year and the CBC Galaxie Rising Star for her efforts.

Sullivan has been featured on numerous compilation albums including Newfoundland Women Sing, Homebrew, Our Songs, Ballads & Beer and the gospel recording, In the Palm of Your Hand. She has created her own unique, poignant renditions of Raglan Road and Saltwater Joys, which have garnered much success.

Having performed at many venues across the country, Sullivan has appeared on Stewart McLean’s Vinyl Café, the Stan Rogers International Folk Festival, Kamloop’s Music Festival, Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Festival, George Street Festival and the Southern Shore Shamrock Festival. She continues to write and perform at local music venues with her musical duo partner, Karla Pilgrim.

Seventeen years since her last album, Sullivan’s new record is set for release on all digital platforms on July 14th, 2019.

The St. John’s CD Release Show for Find Your Light is on August 25th at Masonic Temple at 7pm. Jackie will be joined onstage by Mark Marshall, Craig Follett, Greg Walsh, Carole Bestvater, Karla Pilgrim and Renee Batten. Special guest Rob Slaney will kick things off with an opening set. Tickets are $20 and are on sale now at Fred’s Records, O’Briens Clover Farm Store in Cape Broyle, The Hutch in Mobile and online at Eventbrite.


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