Jacqueline Loor says “Find Your Way”
Jacqueline Loor is the singer and songwriter for all of her songs. She writes all of her songs with her acoustic Taylor guitar and has them professionally produced, mixed, and mastered. Jacqueline Loor realised while living in The Canary Islands she was so scared to pursue her passion of music. She found the courage to put her music out for the world with a great team of people who really believe in her.
Jacqueline cites classic Rock greats like Stevie Nicks, Joan Jet, Led Zeppelin, and Joni Mitchell, are big influences in terms of a message in the music, but in terms of vibe, Loor is influenced by Florence and the Machine, Kesha, Adele, Maggie Rogers, Taylor Swift, and Lorde. Jacqueline was interviewed at the huge Television Network Telemundo for the release of her music video “Don’t You Pretend”.
She does Livestreams every Friday at 5:30pm EST on Instagram and every Monday at 5:30pm EST on Facebook. Jacqueline tells us: “I love connecting with my fans and this new song was really inspired by them”. Jacqueline knows how to put the spell on you with her voice. She adds: “The vocals feel like they are able to slow downtime. And this is my favorite part of the releases of the American multi-talent, I like to call it the ‘Loor effect’.
Jacqueline’s new single, “Find Your Way”, was recorded in her home studio in Miami, Julien Renvoise produced it from his studio in Montreal, Korey Riker who is the sax player for John Legend recorded sax for this track. Carl Bahner mixed it from Pennsylvania, and Nicholas di Lorenzo mastered it from Australia.
Jacqueline enthuses about the song: “I really felt my fans and I were struggling with what was going on in the world and I wanted to write something that lifted our spirits. I was inspired by Portugal the Man and Taylor Swift for this song. The song is about life getting heavy making you feel defeated, but you need to keep going and you will ‘find your way’. It’s meant to empower people and help people get through tough times. I think having the sax player for John Legend on this track was pretty notable! I love John Legend so this may be the closest I could get to him!”