Jacqueline Nassar
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Jacqueline Nassar

Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States

Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States
Band Alternative Rock

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"Window" is one of the first songs I wrote and it was used on a Lonelygirl15 episode "House Arrest" on youtube.
"If I could fly" was used in the movie "Remember the Daze" which was released in 2008. I have written many songs some have been recorded and some are still waiting or in the making. This is a list of the songs I have written.

Jacqueline Nassar
Original Music

Hello Mother Where do I go from Here
Never Said A Word Take me for who I Am
Let You Go
Eternity
Over You
Window
Whore (I don't want to be you)
If I Could Fly
I Don't Need You
This Way
Tomorrow
To the Stars
Can You Feel Me
Patronize
Sacrifice
Because I Tried
Rock Star
His Reflection
In My Skin
You're Still the One
I Know
4 & 2
The Winter
Colder
Blue is Green
Tears I've Cried
Take Me for Who I Am
Let Go
Shove it in my Face
Get you off my Mind
Life by the Wheel
I met a Girl
Signs
Without You
And you Said
Please be There
Run Away
You know you are not Happy
Life Without You
You Don't Even Care
Tell Me Why
Stay for One more Day

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Jacqueline Nassar is a 18 year old singer, songwriter, and artist from Clarksdale, Mississippi. Her music career began at the age of seven, when she learned to play the drums. By eight years old, she picked up the guitar and it is now her main instrument. Somewhere in between she managed to learn to play bass and keyboard. Jacqueline has proven to be very versatile, playing original rock songs as well as just about anything you could think to ask her to play.

Jacqueline graduated from the Arts and Education Program at the Delta Blues Museum in 2000 as Most Outstanding Student. While with the band "Blues Prodigy", she won the W.C. Handy Kids Foundation Award. Jacqueline was chosen to receive the first Robert Johnson Award for Youth Excellence which was presented to her by Morgan Freeman and Steve Johnson (Robert Johnson's grandson) at the age of 13. In an article in the Commercial Appeal about Jacqueline being the spokesperson for the Guns for Guitars Program she was described as a "pint sized" Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Jacqueline has opened for Blues great B.B. King, country artists Rebecca Lynn Howard, and Phil Vassar. She has also played and written with Steve Azar and jammed with Paul Simon, even though at the time she really did not know who he was. Jacqueline was asked to do vocals on a safety cd done by Delta State University titled "Snappy the Safety Turtle".

Jacqueline was honored to be the youngest blues artist casted by Sharon McConnell to be in bronze. Jacqueline has said, a quote by Bob Marley, "Music will never turn its back on you", is one of the reasons she is so focused on writing, playing, and singing.

Weaned off of the Blues by her love for Rock and Roll, Jacqueline's lyrics speak of things she has experienced in her own life. "Window" is a song she wrote at age nine, which was featured in a Lonelygirl15 youtube episode "House Arrest". "If I Could Fly" was used in the movie "Remember the Daze" (The Beautiful Ordinary) in 2008.

In 2008, Jacqueline recorded at Ardent Studios with producer Pete Matthews. During this time, she was also contacted by the Gene Simmons Family Jewels Show to appear in an episode with Nick Simmons. This show will aired in June 2009.

Jacqueline Nassar is known to mesmerize an audience with her performances whether they are acoustic or with her band. So if given the chance don't miss a performance.