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Live Music: Jaclyn Reinhart
Jaclyn Reinhart isn’t afraid to wear her heart on her sleeve writing and performing songs that draw from real life experiences. This insightfully funny and charming singer-songwriter from Fredericton, New Brunswick performs a balance of a roots pop-rock style that blends her influences and love of icons such as Serena Ryder, Jann Arden and Sheryl Crow.
She is actively involved in songwriting/collaborations with artist such as Adyn Towns, Rebecca Lappa and RIELL for her third studio album including new songs called, “Sleep with Ghosts”, written with Tyler Lombard (Freelance Songwriter/Composer for CTV/Bell Media, Toronto, former frontman for the Arkateks). “On “Sleep With Ghosts”, Reinhart displays a maturity and eloquence that, while hinted at with previous recordings, is much more fully realized. Greater things lay in store for this phenomenal songwriter.” – Ken Kelly, Noreaster Online
•Completed Canada’s Music Incubator’s Artist Entrepreneur 8 week program, Toronto (2018)
• “Sleep With Ghosts” acoustic video released via Facebook (2018)
“Sleep With Ghosts” single to be released late 2018
•Released full-length album, Adventures (2016)
Adventures nominated for Solo Recording of the Year at the Music/Musique NB Awards in 2016
• Released five-song EP, Favorite Mistakes (2011).
•Participated in the Shivering Songs Festival’s Songwriter Intensive workshop (2018) with Catherine McLellan in Fredericton, New Brunswick
•Performed as a part of SOCAN Song House at the 2017 East Coast Music Awards: Festival & Conference (2017) with Brad Roberts of The Crash Test Dummies in Saint John, New Brunswick
•Canadian Song Challenge participant selected by Music/Musique NB (2016)
•Opener for I Mother Earth Canada 150 Celebrations Fredericton, (2017), the Standstills Fredericton (2013) and Joel Plaskett Fredericton (2012).
•Festivals performances include Harvest Jazz and Blues Fredericton (2017), Festival 506 New Brunswick (2016, 2013 & 2012) East Coast Music Week, (2012)
•Performer for Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton Tourism concerts (2009-present).