Best Jackie Evancho SongsJackie Evancho. A singer who was known since her outstanding appearance in "America's Got Talent". Also known because of the outstanding number of votes she receives on many lists around The Top Tens! I'm doing this list to her in gratitude. She's responsible of my achievement of 100 votes on a list! And she has an angelic voice. Really. Perhaps the best female voice I've ever heard.
I love the song. Jackie has teached me to be a young singer who. I am on my way to becoming a famous singer and Jackie Evancho has teached me to me who I am. Jackie has the voice of an angel. She is so talented. I am now making songs on the internet and hope some people like them. It has been my dream to be a famous singer from when I was 1 to now and she has teached me to be who I am. So thank you so much Jackie and I hope everyone loves the rest of your songs and all of mine. Jackie I am your biggest fan and you Jackie you are the best singer I have ever heard I love all of your songs. Thank you Jackie now I am 9 years old turning ten october 1st
Storybook tale like a David and Goliath. A little girl and the Music World. The Music World is gigantic with the most advanced technology and sound engineer's. Yet, this little girl cast her voice upon the giant not to kill it but to get it's attention. Here I am, down here!
I love hearing her version of this song, she nails the exact feeling the song deserves, and really makes you feel the love.
Jackie's rendition is amazing, I love listening to it as often as I can. Try it if you haven't yet.
Such a beautiful vision of a better world! And Jackie's angelic voice is perfect for it. Each time the song comes to the words "free like the clouds that float above," Jackie's voice rises to the unearthly beauty of her high notes, always taking my breath away completely! What a song! What a voice! What a gal!
Quite frankly, it's very difficult to rank any of her songs as I simply love them all equally. But, I've heard other professionals sing this particular song, and not one of these individuals are in Jackie's league...not even close. But, that's also true of any song. Jackie is my musical hero, and now I can't imagine my life without her amazingly beautiful voice.
I am brought to tears every time I hear he sing this song... I cannot help it - she sings so beautifully.
Jackie's version of this song was used in the 2018 Winter Olympics by German figure skater Nicole Schott for her short programs. Both routines are on Vimeo's website.
This new release once again proves without a doubt Jackie Evancho is the voice of the 21st century.
From the Game of Thrones.
Jackie's version is so brooding and haunting!
Jackie's voice normally doesn't lend itself to a 'lets kill this' approach to singing (think Whitney, Barbara or Mariah), which is a good thing. But this is a powerful song, not unlike nessun dorma, that allows Jackie to stretch her chops a little. The results speak for themselves.
The very first number at her very first professional concert, at Houston in February 2011.
She brought the house down with it, and has not stopped since!
Her blonde hair, blue eyes and her music. Wonderful.
Just like me, I Have Blonde hair and blue eyes and like her outstanding music.
She got me when I watched her perform Nessun Dorma in British AGT, but she got me even more when I watched her perform this song with the Chinese musicians.
During Jackie's "Music of the Movies" concert DVD, she tells a charming story about how she chose this song because the Louis Armstrong version was her dad's favorite when he was a kid, and then he used to sing it to her when she was a baby. In live concerts she always dedicates this song to her dad.
I love the contrast between the Louis Armstrong version and Jackie's version; Mr. Armstrong gives a nostalgic view of an older person, looking back on his life, while Jackie gives a young view looking forward. Both are beautiful.
It's so nice that she sings this song so well.
I really love her version of this.
Jackie does 3 different songs, all named "Ave Maria", but each quite different, and each one amazing.
Either version, just stunning.
Amazing voice and so young.
Once you hear Jackie sing this, you will never forget it.
A new song she started performing on her tour that started in October 2016.
From her upcoming album "Awakening".
NOT AGE INAPPROPRIATE! With the remarkable maturity of her angelic voice, Jackie is well able to convey the poignancy of a young life lost as well as the dangers of drug addiction; hence the strong emotional response of many listeners. This song has earned and saved more than one drug-endangered musician.
In a subtle touch, Jackie begins each chorus with the words "In the arms of an angel," but sings "In the arms of THE angel" towards the end. May God continue to watch over Jackie as she continues an amazing career. PS- The arrangement itself, with the key change and Jackie's extended note on "fly away..." is terrific!
Great song, but some little kid singing Sarah McLachlan's very adult-themed tune about a drug-addict's nightmarish struggles with harsh unforgiving world? Very age inappropriate.
Recorded at age 10, and her remarkable ability to convey strong emotions to an adult audience was as striking as her voice.
I love her emotional interpretation, only the stone-hearted could be left with a dry eye.
This Song is released in November 16, 2010 and it is best used of Christmas but still good in anytime in the year. Best song Created by Jackie Evancho.
Also check out the duet Jackie did with Vittorio Grigolo of this song. It is available on Grigolo's CD, along with the "Special Edition" of Jackie's "Awakening".
Excellent singing brings the feeling of Christmas so beautifully, God bless you.
An original song, written by Jackie herself, and first performed in November, 2016 with a rock quartet backup band at the famous Joe's Pub in NYC.
Songwriting is just another facet of her talents. Hopefully she will do a lot more of it.
Her songwriting skill is improving every year.
I love the fact that she wrote this one herself.
Leigh Harline and Ned Washington wrote this song way back in 1940 for the movie Pinocchio, and amazingly it was sung by a cartoon bug named Jiminy Cricket, voiced by Cliff Edwards, and was the first Disney song to win an Oscar.
Odd statement by somebody, Bing Crosby never recorded this song. They must be confusing with with "Swinging on a Star".
I had heard this song before, but it never registered until I heard it through the interpretive skills of a singer focused on the story and not on showing off. After listening to, and being greatly impressed with Pavarotti's execution, I still feel this song now belongs to Jackie.
Jackie didn't sing this for more than 3 years, then started again. The new versions are truly outstanding, the best ever by a female.
Her recording of this at age ten is completely unbelievable. Sends shivvers up my spine like no performer of this piece ever - and I include Pavarotti.
More than a performance, this was a triumph!
I love listening to Jackie Evancho singing this song, and I also like the you tube video that goes with it, she must have had fun doing it.
She can do it all... In my honest opinion, she just does everything naturally!
Powerful, original... I love this new direction for Jackie Evancho!
Now age 16, Jackie makes a strong foray into the "pop" music world.
I did'nt cry at my mother's funeral but I cry when I hear Jackie sing this song.
All I can say is Wow! Such a pure and beautiful voice.
Jackie just keeps getting better and better and better. People are now finally appreciating the greatest soprano ever. Her genre is infinite.
Jackie began including this great song from the 1997 animated film "Anastasia" in her concerts starting in February of 2015.
Actually not a John Lennon cover but rather a special version of Lara Fabian's "Broken Vow" that Lara wrote the re-purposed French lyrics for Jackie.
Cover of John Lennon's masterpiece, as she performed it for the United Nations children's rights conference on 11/20/14.
Listening to jackie sing is like going to heaven without dying first.
Why would I think it was a John Lennon cover? His song is called "Imagine" (no r)
Heard her do this song live in a concert. It is her best song since Lovers. Certainly her best Pop song. For some reason it wasn't on her new 'Two Hearts' album. They said some songs weren't cleared for the album. Possibly it was because of the political fallout when Jackie agreed to sing for Trumps' inauguration. Maybe Jackie only co-wrote this one and someone else involved wouldn't release their rights to punish Jackie. What a terrible tragedy. She is phenomenal singing this.
When this legendary song was inducted into the "Songwriter's Hall Of Fame" as one of history's "Towering Songs", that organization chose Jackie to sing it at the presentation ceremony.
Jackie's incredible voice makes this song sweet, poignant & emotionally powerful, all at the same time.
Jackie's version was used to officially send this number into the Hall of Fame.
Very fitting having Jackie chosen by the songwriters to induct this version.
The most fantastic, perfect example of Perfection. Jackie Evancho.
She has attained yet another level with this one.
Another great "Let's make the world better" song, this one written by her uncle, Matt Evancho. Jackie's sincere little prayer in the middle brings tears every time!
I love all her songs, but this one reached my soul down deep.
As performed on the lawn of the United States Capitol at the "National Memorial Day Concert".
Her 2019 rendition from the album "The Debut" is spectacular.
I love that song and even if I prefer the original, that cover is totally amazing. Jackie's voice is as great as Amy Lee's voice (the girl who sang the original). I wish they could collaborate one day because they have both one of the greatest voice ever.
I like the original as well because it is what I am used to. Its really not a fair comparison, because the original has so many vocal effects and pitch corrections. Jackie is one of the few (the only? ) that does not record with autotune pitch correction.
As with so very many, if not all, of her covers, this eclipses the original, good though it was.
I loved her version of this.
Wonderful duet with Cheyenne Jackson on her PBS special "Awakening - In Concert" and on YouTube.
Yet again, the one by which all others will now be judged!