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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.

Award-winning singer songwriter Jackie Sullivan hails from Calvert, on the musically rich Southern Shore of Newfoundland & Labrador. In 2002, Jackie released her debut album “Out of the Rain” and was named MusicNL’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.





















In July 2019, Jackie captivated audiences once again with the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album, “Find Your Light.” Known for her quick wit and profound ability to deliver a song, Find Your Light is bursting with emotion and heart and filled with stories of legacy and strength that speak to our culture and unwavering resilience. Co-produced by Billy Sutton, Spencer Crewe and Karla Pilgrim, Find Your Light has captured national and international attention and radio play.


In December 2019, with the help of Nashville grammy-award nominee, Gordon Mote, Jackie recorded an intimate and breathtaking rendition of Joni Mitchell’s, River. Her success continued in January 2020 with the MusicNL award nomination for Folk/Roots Artist of the Year.
























Showing no signs of slowing down, in January 2020, Jackie released a brand new single, “Fiery Hockey Blood” featuring the powerhouse vocals of Shanneyganock’s Chris Andrews, along with a music video featuring hometown heroes Bob Cole, Ryane Clowe and Andy Sullivan.


Penned as a tribute to the legacy of hockey in Newfoundland & Labrador and across the country, Fiery Hockey Blood exudes massive passion and pride and is the perfect tribute to the unifying force that defines our provincial and national identity. It placed #1 on the CIOE East Coast Top 30 two weeks in a row and has recently obtained radio play in Ireland. Jackie continues to write and perform with her duo partner of 19 years, Karla Pilgrim































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