Recently released is a brand new single from singer/songwriter/musician/actor Jillian Shea Spaeder entitled ‘Barely Changed’. You may recognize Jillian for her role as ‘Bailey,’ on the Disney’s hit seriesWalk the Prank, Jillian got her start singing and playing the piano when she was five years old, discovered her love of guitar at 12, and now is passionate about writing and recording her original music. Last summer she released her first single, “Story,” which was produced in Los Angeles by Mike Avenaim and mastered at Capitol Records. The same team helped create her recently released single, “Barely Changed,” and both songs are now available on all digital platforms.
Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8mGfwoqWb8
Similar To: Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Alessia Cara, Shawn Mendes, Meghan Trainor
Jillian Shea Spaeder is an actress and singer. She appears as “Bailey” in the Disney XD channel show “Walk the Prank,” a single-camera comedy that combines unscripted hidden camera pranks with live-action scripted comedy.
Jillian also appeared as a guest star on Nickelodeon’s Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, as well as several segments of OMG for the DreamWorksTV channel on YouTube.
A Philadelphia-area native currently residing in Southern California, Jillian has worked extensively with private coaches John D’Aquino, Sharon Lieblein and Mea Hack and takes ongoing classes and workshops at John D’Aquino’s Young Actor’s Studio.
As a singer, Jillian makes up in lung power what she lacks in size! Her versatile singing voice ranges from alto to soprano—and from cool and raspy to sweet and angelic. Born with an excellent sense of pitch, Jillian has been singing since early childhood, later performing roles and solos in various elementary school performances and local theatre productions. At age 9, she began making guest appearances with her parents’ cover band, belting out songs from Adele and Alicia Keys, and lending a soulful groove to hits from artists like Billy Joel, Sam Cooke and Christina Aguilera. Jillian currently takes vocal lessons with L.A. coach Arden Kaywin.
In her free time, Jillian can usually be found tumbling, curled up with her guitar playing and singing, or jamming with her musical family.