Nightbirde’s Family Wants Her Album To ‘Flood [Listeners] with Hope’
By Movieguide® Contributor
In honor of the release of her posthumous album, Nightbirde’s family has shared videos of the singer performing some of the tracks on It’s OK, recorded before she passed away.
Nightbirde, Jane Marczewski’s stage name, wowed audiences with her powerful performance on AMERICA’S GOT TALENT while she was battling cancer. She passed away last year, but her music lives on.
Her family released an album of her music, It’s OK, and are now sharing videos of the artist performing some of the tracks on the project.
One recent post shows the artist singing “Girl in a Bubble,” showing off her “raw, unfiltered talent.”
“Jane created this album to hug you in your dark times,” the video caption continued. “We hope it floods you with hope and wraps you up in a warm hug.”
Movieguide® previously reported on the release of It’s OK:
Nightbirde’s fans will finally get to hear her music after the AMERICA’S GOT TALENT contestant tragically passed away after a battle with breast cancer in February 2022. Jane Marczewski, known professionally as Nightbirde, wowed AMERICA’S GOT TALENT audiences and judges with her heartfelt performances, inspiring others living with cancer.
Her family and the Nightbirde Foundation released Nightbirde, a 10-track album of songs written and performed by the artist, to mark the one-year anniversary of her death.
All proceeds from the album will go to the Nightbirde Foundation, which she and her family set up to help other women diagnosed with breast cancer.
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