When Jackie ‘O’ released her dance version of the Oasis hit ‘Wonderwall’ in 1995, no one could have imagined just how popular that release would be. It got the ball rolling not only for the then new label Euphoric, but also for Jackie — from then on she has enjoyed a constant stream of success... and she just keeps getting better and better. Her second single, ‘Breakfast At Tiffany’s’, pretty well matched her debut. With the sheer popularity of the Deep Blue Something’s original and with it being played regularly on the radio, Jackie’s energetic version just took it to new heights in the clubs.
In the summer of 1997, the catchy and powerful ‘Bitch’ was released and instantly became one of the most played pop covers of the year — it had enormous DJ support. A few months later came another Oasis re-working — ‘Whatever’. This euro-friendly arm waver proved that Miss ‘O’ really was the Queen of ‘hard edged’ NRG!
In 1998, after a year long break, Jackie returned with a monster of a track, a stunning, uplifting version of Eagle Eye Cherry’s smash hit ‘Save Tonight’. Both DJs and fans agreed that this was her best to date. That was until....
‘When You’re Gone’, her truly awesome remake of the Bryan Adams with Mel C song. As with ‘Save Tonight’, this new track had an extra kick, had a tougher sound, was more uplifting than ever and was just so damned well sung. Jackie ‘O’ is sitting pretty. With that instantly recognisable gutsy vocal and with a string of club hits to her name, she’s our first lady! Recent singles include brilliant versions of two of Shania Twain’s big hits — ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ and ‘Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)’.
Her most recent singles include ‘Glorious’, the Andreas Johnson hit, ‘It’s My Life’, the Bon Jovi rock anthem and in the summer of 2001 'Sing', a cover of the Travis hit. In November 2002, Jackie 'O' released her first single in over a year, a cover of the huge Shania Twain return single 'I'm Gonna Getcha Good'.