“I try to remember to look for the little things,'' says Jackie K, talking about the four-song EP she released on November 26th, 2021, an album she recorded at Riverdale Recorders in Edmonton. “During stressful times, it’s important to find moments of gratitude.” Look for the Little Things was born from Jackie’s desire to get out of the house after a long winter. The optimistic “Dandelions Everywhere” was written with Evelyn Saungikar of Toronto in February 2021 as they both tried to embrace the promise of spring. “Dandelions everywhere / Now the snow has gone. / They tell me better weather’s coming on.” Jackie’s newest single “Nurse Jane,” released on September 30, 2022, tells the story of a troubled nurse that worked at a sanatorium in Saskatchewan during the tuberculosis outbreak at the end of the First World War. Co-produced by Sean Davis Newton, the song, built from Jackie’s memories of time spent at Fort San as a teenager when the site had been repurposed into a Summer School for the Arts, offers a chilling retelling of a tragic tale. Jackie K will be releasing her first full-length album in March of 2023 to coincide with International Women’s Day, 10 songs that she hopes will highlight the spirit of women living through a variety of trials and triumphs. Raised in Saskatoon, now living in North Battleford, Jackie is a prairie girl from start to finish, and the wide open spaces where she has lived her whole life can be heard in her music.