Jackie Marshall

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Album launch and tour confirmed despite many obstacles

by Nicola Archer

TN162 Mar 24

Australian independent singer-songwriter, Jackie Marshall, releases her fourth, full-length studio album, You Are Not Too Much and You Are Enough on the Bandcamp digital platform and a limited edition on vinyl.

The album comprises original songs written and performed by this popular Indie Folk artist, turned actress, single mum and multiple cancer survivor.

The songs from the album are featured in the award winning Australian independent film, “Three Chords & The Truth” released nationally in 2023.

All music is written by Marshall and the film is more than just a hint of Jackie’s own inspiring story of resilience.

Marshall makes her acting debut as the lead character, Angie Cowper, in this gritty and moving film which is currently gaining positive attention on Apple TV and YouTube.

The movie will also stream on Binge and Foxtel in April.

Now is the perfect time to discover this original musician who doesn’t let significant life challenges hold her back, including having a second mastectomy just days after walking the red carpet at The Sydney International Film Festival in 2023.

She continued to pursue her passion and went on a demanding 5-week music tour, The Festival of Small Halls and performed at Woodford Folk Festival whilst putting final touches to her album, ending 2023 on a high note.

“I’m proud of ‘You Are Not Too Much and You Are Enough’ and dedicate it to anyone who has ever been told to ‘tone it down’ or that they’re ‘not good enough’.

“I believe that every person has the right to authentic self-expression.

“In my work, I enjoy supporting people to find out who they are, and encourage them to like what they find”, says Marshall.

Before Marshall faces another major cancer operation in May, she will perform a small number of public concerts, supporting the release of this album.

Plus, she will be hosting a live solo acoustic concert in Brisbane on April 24.

This event will be filmed and recorded.

She will also take her twelve year old son with her to Japan and perform in 4 shows and at the inaugural Nagoya Love and Peace Festival, a small, but meaningful Pink Ribbon Japan concert.

This album is starting to receive glowing music reviews in Australia.

We hope that you too will be drawn to this non-traditional, multi-faceted female artist who marches to the beat of her own drum.

Jackie Marshall remains positive and determined to share more of her story and perform more of her music in order to inspire others.



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