Go Behind-the-Scenes in New York City with Jillian Jacqueline on the Stray Off Course Tour
I started playing clubs in New York City when I was 14 years old, so it was very nostalgic to be back here playing a sold out show at Bowery Ballroom.
I'm a sucker for a nice color palette… I love the way the green of this sweater dress and the red velvet curtains look side by side.
The dress is by Snidel, tights from Spanx and shoes by Stuart Weitzman.
Pre-show ritual = throw on some bright eyeshadow and listen to something groovy.
When in N.Y.C., after-show necessities include finding the nearest pizza place.
True story, I always end up laying down when I'm writing songs … maybe it helps all the ideas flow to my brain?
One of my favorite parts of touring is learning the history of these legendary and iconic venues across the country. Getting to play on the same stages as your heroes is very cool.
Not as serious as I look.
My fiancé (and lead guitarist in my band), Bryan, had this custom JJ guitar strap made by the one and only Paul Frank himself. It's my favorite on stage accessory.
I really love the way this Gibson Hummingbird sounds live.
There's nothing better than the moment you can feel the audience is right there along with you.
This suit jacket reminds me of Versailles so naturally I want to wear it forever.
The blazer is Malan Breton, tights from Spanx and shoes by Doc Martens.
So high on the show that I wasn't even cold standing in 17 degree weather without pants on.
Devin and I have been friends and co-writers for almost four years now … touring with him is the icing on the cake.
We sing the song "I Can't Trust Myself" off of Devin’s album Dark Horse every night during the show (we co-wrote it with the Warren Brothers).