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Little Jackie Debuts On 'The Stoop'

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Little Jackie Debuts On 'The Stoop'

Little Jackie Debuts On 'The Stoop'

Little Jackie Debuts On 'The Stoop'

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"Little Jackie" is a Motown-influenced pop act composed of musicians Imani Coppola and Adam Pallin. Pallin is a multi-instrumentalist Boston native and Coppola is a singer-songwriter from Long Island. They speak with host Liane Hansen about their debut album, The Stoop.