Jaclyn Kenyon is a singer/songwriter from Burlington , Ontario, Canada.
born April 5th 1997 Burlington Ontario
Kenyon became a performer by the age of 12. At that age, she performed at the Honey Jam showcase in Toronto, Ontario. Jaclyn was the youngest performer ever at the Honey Jam and quickly received media attention. This showcase also launched the careers of Nelly Furtado and Jully Black.
In January 2015 Jaclyn signed her first major production deal with producers Mike Plotnikoff and Igor Khoroshev. Her first album was recorded in Hollywood CA. Her recordings feature guitarist Phil X from Bon Jovi and drummer Gil Sharone from Marilyn Manson.
Following her LA recordings success, in the Spring of 2017 Jaclyn was offered opportunities to write and record in Nashville with major multi platinum producer Mike Krompass (Nelly Furtado, Smashmouth, David Archuleta) as well as top billboard writers Steve Diamond (Faith Hill, Reba McEntire) Clay Mills (Darius Rucker) and Robbie Nevil (Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, High School Musical). Jaclyn felt back at home being in Nashville and after working back and forth there for 7 years felt she finally found her direction as a country hybrid artist, creating a new sound of country- rock and pop infused music. Jaclyn continues to work in Nashville with this production and writing team.
In June 2019 , Jaclyn signed a global distribution deal with Sony Orchard along with Soundly Music in Nashville . Her first release “When We Love” was released June 21st.
Jaclyns video for her debut was premiered on CMT.com July 2019
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