Nightbirde (Jane Marczewski) Biography
Jane Marczewski famously known as Nightbirde, (December 31, 1990 – February 19, 2022) was an American singer-songwriter.
She received a Golden Buzzer at her audition for America’s Got Talent in 2021 after releasing two EPs and two singles, but was unable to compete in the quarterfinals due to worsening health due to cancer.
Nightbirde Age at Death(Jane Marczewski Age)
Nightbirde was 31 years of age as of 2022, she was born on December 31, 1990, in Zanesville, Ohio, the United States of America.
She celebrated her birthday every year with her family and close friends, her zodiac sign was Capricorn.
Nightbirde Parents (Jane Marczewski Family)
Marczewski was born on the 29th of December, 1990. She was born in Zanesville, Ohio.
She has six siblings and began songwriting at the age of six, when she assisted her mother in finishing the lyrics to a song.
She received her bachelor’s degree in communications from Liberty University.
Her father’s name is Mitchell C while her mother’s name is Sharon Marczewski. Jane is commonly known by her stage name Nightbirde. She has six siblings in the family whose names are John Jr, Andrew Micheal, Mitch Jr., Katelyn and Jason Marczewski.
Nightbirde Husband (Jane Marczewski) Wedding
Was Nightbirde married? Yes, she was married to her musician husband, Jeremy Claudio. The couple separated in 2020, after which Nightbirde moved from Nashville to Long Beach, California.
Jane Marczewski (then 24) and Jeremy Claudio (then 25) fell in love with the small-town charm of Sparta Restaurant & Coffee Shop in downtown Newark, Ohio, on their first visit.
After persuading the owner to let them explore the rest of the building—which operated as a candy factory and a speakeasy in the 1920s—they knew the quaint, retro diner would be ideal for their eclectic, laid-back nuptials.
Their wedding took place at the Newark Arcade, an indoor mall that has a vaulted, skylighted ceiling and white-brick walls in the passageway between the shops.
Since the space looked like a greenhouse, Jane and Jeremy decorated it with potted plants, garden seating and a wood-pallet backdrop covered in lush greenery and wildflowers.
“We had a vision for it, and when it was full of chairs and green plants and flowers, it was gorgeous,” Jane told. Guests then strolled next door to Sparta, where they enjoyed a dinner of chicken and waffles with homemade hot-pepper jelly and home fries—the meal Nightbirde and Jeremy ate on their first visit.
The couple merged a navy and mustard palette with red accents, and single hydrangeas placed in painted milk bottles graced the diner tabletops.
Across the board, the offbeat decor—including chalk-art signs, string lights, banners and vintage glassware from the building’s basement—was kept to a minimum, letting the building’s natural core glow through.
Who is Jeremy Claudio?
Jeremy Claudio (Real Name: ‘Jeremy Antonio Claudio’ born 8 August 1989) is an American singer, musician, songwriter and composer.
Jeremy Claudio Age
Claudio is 33 years of age as of 2022, he was born in 1960, in the United States. He has been celebrating his birthday every year together with his family and friends.
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Nightbirde Career, Songs
While a student at Liberty, Marczewski uploaded her first songs and gave her first live performance in 2011.
In 2012, she released Lines, a three-song EP on which she sang and played acoustic guitar. Ocean & Sky, a six-song EP she funded on Kickstarter, was released in 2013.
Marczewski remained in Lynchburg, Virginia, after graduating, and was a well-known local performer.
She returned to Ohio in 2014, and after her marriage, she relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, in 2015, where she later resumed performing under her married name, Jane Claudio, with her husband acting as her producer.
She contributed music to the 2015 documentary film Leonard Knight: A Man & His Mountain as Jane Marczewski-Claudio.
“It felt so poetic that these birds were singing as if it were morning, and yet there was no sign of it yet, and that’s what I want to embody,” Nightbirde said of her professional stage name.
“Girl in a Bubble,” her first single under that name, was released in March 2019. She opened for Tori Kelly at Liberty in April 2019.
She released “It’s OK” in August 2020, following her second cancer diagnosis and remission. Her folk and pop-influenced style evolved into electropop.
She appeared as Nightbirde during the auditions for America’s Got Talent’s 16th season in June 2021.
During her post-performance interview with the judges, she said, “You can’t wait until life isn’t hard anymore before you decide to be happy.”
Simon Cowell later awarded her a Golden Buzzer for her performance of her original song “It’s OK.” The song quickly rose to No. 1 on iTunes and No. 2 on YouTube.
Marczewski withdrew from the competition in August 2021, before she could compete in the show’s quarterfinal round, due to deteriorating health. Cowell advised her not to compete again, saying, “you [Marczewski] don’t need the stress right now.”
Nightbirde Net Worth at Death
Nightbirde’s net worth was estimated to be around $1 million at the time she died, she had accumulated her net worth with the versatility she had shown in each field she had worked in.