Jane Marczewski was an American singer and songwriter, and people are curious to know more about Jane Marczewski Husband.
Nightbirde, who had previously released two EPs and several songs, appeared on America’s Got Talent in 2021 and won a Golden Buzzer for her original song “It’s Alright.”
She did, however, decide to leave AGT before the quarterfinal round owing to her cancer-related condition deteriorating.
Marczewski passed away on February 19, 2022, after concealing his struggle with Cancer. She had a 31-year-old age.
The Nightbirde Memorial Fund, nightbirdefoundation.org, was established by the Marczewski family to support Cancer patients who cannot afford necessary treatment and to give to Cancer research.
On February 28, 2022, Nightbirde was recognized after the “Auditions 2” episode of America’s Got Talent: Extreme.
“In Memory of Jane ‘Nightbirde’ Marczewski” was written on a title card that featured a picture of her.
Who Is Jane Marczewski Husband Jeremy Claudio?
As of their divorce in 2020, Jeremy Claudio was Jane Marczewski’s ex-husband. Although Jeremy is a performer, most people remember him as the late Jane’s former spouse.
Jeremy Claudio, a professional musician, was created on August 8, 1989. His sisters are Patti and Susai, and the Claudio family is from New York.
The Nashville-based band Tiger Drive, of which he was the drummer and Leader, has been inactive on social media for over two years.
Jane performed while the two were still wed under the name Jane Claudio, with Jeremy serving as her producer.
After dating for some time, the couple decided to move forward with their relationship in March 2015 when Jeremy Claudio proposed to Jane.
The pair exchanged vows in a small wedding ceremony in a coffee shop in Newark, Ohio, on July 5, 2015.
Jane Marczewski Husband and Jane moved to Nashville after getting married to further their musical careers. Jeremy produced Jane’s music while also touring with his band in Nashville.
Who Is Jane Marczewski? AGT Singer Who Died Battling With Cancer
Jane was born on December 29, 1990, and had three siblings. He was initially from Zanesville, Ohio.
When Marczewski was six years old, she assisted her mother in drafting a song’s lyrics. She participated in volunteer work and numerous religious missions as a young Christian.
Marczewski earned a degree in marketing communications from Liberty University after graduating from Licking County Christian Academy in 2009.
When a student at Liberty University in 2011, Marczewski posted her first songs online and performed in front of an audience for the first time.
Marczewski received a breast Cancer diagnosis in 2017, and her cancer-free status was confirmed in July 2018.
She was given three to six months to live when her illness returned in 2019. However, she was once more deemed cancer-free in 2020.
The disease had spread to Marczewski’s lungs, vertebrae, and liver, she was informed before her America’s Got Talent audition.
She updated the public on her condition via CNN and social media despite having a 2% chance of surviving. On February 19, 2022, Marczewski succumbed to the illness at 31.
She was at home in San Clemente, surrounded by relatives. On social media, the AGT judges and host shared their condolences.
On March 4, 2022, a memorial service was broadcast online from Cornerstone Church in Ohio.
In 2012, she issued the three-song EP Lines, on which she performed both vocals and acoustic guitar. A six-song EP called Ocean & Sky, which she funded on Kickstarter, was released by her in 2013.