Jackie Bristow

At once heartfelt and sophisticated, Jackie Bristow combines subtle but beautiful melodies and hooks that hypnotise the listener, demand complete surrender and then stick around with the backbone of a real friend. 
New Zealand  born transplanted to the United States with a guitar, a suitcase and a song. Jackie Bristow travels light but packs a heavy punch.
Jackie has also been the opening act for Marc Cohn, John Oates, John Waite, Bettye Lavette, B.J Thomas, Joe Ely, Marcia Ball, Charlie Robison, Rick Springfield, Bob Schneider, and Jimmy Lafave, Euge Groove, Ruthie Foster, Howard Jones, Herbert Gronemeyer, Phoebe Snow, Art Garfunkel, Daniel Lanois, Madeline Peryoux, Jimmy Webb, Paul Williams, and Shawn Mullins.  
Jackie’s songs have been used repeatedly in Australian and New Zealand film and television hit shows such as "Go Girls," "The Secret Life of Us," "Home and Away,""Outrageous Fortune," "Shortland Street," and "Go Big."  Her original song "This is Australia" won Tourism Australia’s nationwide competition  and was featured in Tourism Australia's worldwide promotional campaigns for three years. Music from "Crazy Love and, "Freedom," were programmed into rotation at 7,000 Starbucks locations nationwide in the US.   2014  Jackie was awarded New Zealand Southland Music Ambassador of the year. 
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