{New Music Video} Skyfall

SKYFALL Skyfall is my favorite Bond movie song. I’m a huge James Bond fan so of coarse I had to add it to my song list. The words are powerful and the music is amazing. I love to sing songs … Continue reading

{Jax Report} March Update What’s Inside?

The Jax Report

Hello There, I’ve recently moved my Jax Report to my blog for easier access because it has been super busy around here these days and I want to keep you guys updated in the most efficient way. So with that … Continue reading

{New Music Video} Adagio

ADAGIO I’ve been looking forward to recording my own version of this song for a long time. It’s been one of my favorites for years. To me, Adagio is about love, passion and having a deep need for another. So … Continue reading

New Video Launched Cough Syrup by Jacqueline Jax

COUGH SYRUP “Cough Syrup” is a beautiful song filled with metaphors. To me it describes that very moment when an artist stops caring about what other people think and starts to be free. To be true to yourself you must … Continue reading

New Video Launched The Prayer by Jacqueline Jax

The Prayer Jacqueline Jax Music

THE PRAYER For years my Mother has been requesting that I sing The prayer for her. As a Christmas gift, I recorded this song with her. It is very special to me and I really enjoyed working on the song … Continue reading

New Video Launched When I Was Your Man by Jacqueline Jax

WHEN I WAS YOUR MAN / WHEN YOUR WERE MY MAN This song really speaks to me. I started recording it as I headed into a heart breaking situation of my own. In fact, I was so upset I couldn’t … Continue reading

Jax Favorites: Mistakes, Beach Bash, Facebook Photo’s

Jacqueline Jax Photo Shoot

“What Am I To You” is a song I recorded a little while ago. I love the words. Songs like this one are special because they move you when you listen to them every time just like the first time. … Continue reading

New Video Launched A Thousand Years by Jacqueline Jax

A THOUSAND YEARS I’m working my way thru your requested songs as I record my next album. When I first listened to “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perry, it haunted me in that way where you find yourself humming the … Continue reading