At the age of 27, Jacy Dawn has already conquered what most can only dream of in their careers. Starting out singing in church when she was 6 and then turning to country music when she was 12, Jacy has already opened for performers such as Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Martina McBride, Jamie ONeal, Carlene Carter, Jo Dee Messina, Darius Rucker and Tanya Tucker. Jacy began performing and singing at local sporting and charity events. When she was 16, Jacy was recognized by local politicians, and was asked to perform for the Massachusetts Democratic Convention. She has also performed at other political events including a performance of the National Anthem for President Bill Clinton, A performance at the State of the Stae Address for the Governor of Massachusetts and a private performance for the Governor of New Hampshire. Jacy says her favorite moment in her career thus far was performing on stage with her idol, Wynonna Judd. Jacy has had the opportunity to sing at many prestigious venues including Madison Square Garden in NYC. In late 2004, the Mayor of Lowell, Massachusetts presented Jacy with a key to the city for all of her accomplishments as a vocalist. Jacy continues to sing for charity events including the National Cancer Society, The Angel Flight Foundation, The Hurricane Katrina Foundation and the Andrew Zabierek Foundation. Jacy is also balancing a career in television along with her busy music career. From 2005 - 2009, she co-hosted "Town Talk" showing on many local networks in Massachusetts and for the summer 2007 season, she was the official field correspondent for the Lowell Spinners affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. Jacy wrote every song on the 2 albums she has independently released. 5 of Jacy's songs have been recorded by independent artists in Nashville. She currently resides in Nashville, TN where she is pursuing a career in singing and songwriting!