Jackie Evancho takes the stage to perform a special song during the Global Lyme Alliance “Uniting for a Lyme-Free World” Inaugural Gala held at Cipriani 42nd Street on Thursday night (October 8) in New York City.
“Mom & @YolandaHFoster Id say tonights #GLAGALA15 was a big success! So glad I was a part of it ? #LymeFreeWorld #SearchingForTheCure,” the 15-year-old opera singer shared on Twitter after the event.
Jackie Evancho pulls back the sheet on the mirror in her new music video for “All The Stars”.
The 15-year-old singer debuted the video just before her Facebook chat with fans.
“I see the song as being about acceptance and being who you truly are. #BeYou!” Jackie wrote about the video and track.
She added, “Some that see this may have strong feelings against it, however I believe we are all unique and, as my Pope says, ‘Who am I to judge?’ I pray we can all learn to love and accept one another.”
Jackie Evancho teamed up with a capella vocalist Peter Hollens for probably the most amazing cover of “Hallelujah”.
“What an honor to work with such a talented artist,” Peter shared about working with Jackie, 14. “I’ve personally wanted to hear Jackie sing ‘Hallelujah’ and I’m thrilled to have been able to collaborate with her on this track.”
Jackie added on Twitter, “If you havent seen it yet me & @PeterHollens did a cover of Hallelujah that we’re both really proud of?.”
“Hallellujah” is included on Peter‘s self-titled debut album.
Peter Hollens feat. Jackie Evancho – “Hallelujah’”
Jackie Evancho teamed up with JJJ to answer questions you submitted on both Twitter and Facebook to celebrate the release of her brand new album Awakening, which dropped on Tuesday (September 23).
The 14-year-old singer and former America’s Got Talent competitor says that this album is about “the awakening” of herself “as an artist and a person.”
“I’m now 14 and growing into my artistry,” she tells JJJ.
She also opened up about how she prepares her voice for performing, most memorable fan moment and who her dream singer for a duet is.
JustJaredJr.com: Which song on the album was the most challenging vocally and why?
JA: “Vocalise” was the most challenging – it has enormous range and has to be very fluid with long phrases – I wanted to do it as a challenge!
JJJ: How do you prepare your voice for a performance?
JA: On the day of a show I try not to speak too much and I avoid foods like dairy, cofee etc. I tend not to eat before a performance. I did a little warm up before I walk on stage – I’m then ready to go!
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You can submit your questions for Jackie several ways – leave a comment below, tweet us or Instagram using the hashtag #JackieJJJ, or leave us a Facebook comment! You have from NOW until Friday, September 19 to get your burning questions in to us!
Keep your eye on JJJ on the day of her album release to find out Jackie‘s answers!