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article imageJillian Steele talks inspirations, The Paramount and Hunter Hayes Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 1, 2017 in Music
Huntington - Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Jillian Steele sat down and chatted with me prior to her show on June 23 at The Paramount, when she opened for country star Hunter Hayes.
"It's crazy. This is my first time meeting him, and I'm a big fan. I've been looking forward to this for months. This is my biggest show to date and I'm super-excited," she said, about sharing the stage with Hunter Hayes.
Steele praised The Paramount in Huntington for being her "favorite venue ever." "I live right here, literally two minutes away, so playing here is a dream come true," she said.
Her music is inspired by her family, as well as her recent move to Nashville, Tennessee. "I wrote about my new life down there in the new city," she said.
The songstress listed James Bay and Chris Stapleton as her dream male duet choices in music. Her musical influences range from Sheryl Crow to Tori Kelly to Fleetwood Mac.
For aspiring singer-songwriters, she said, "Keep writing every day as much as you can, and really try to think as a songwriter, that way you can turn it into a song."
Steele defined the word success as "Being able to do music and spending time with her family." "So far it has been really, really great," she admitted.
Digital Journal reviewed Jillian Steele's set at The Paramount in Huntington, where she was accompanied by Skot Bradley on acoustic guitar.
To learn more about singing sensation Jillian Steele and her music, check out her official website and Facebook page.
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