Nightbirde’s Family Shares Her YouTube Plaque for 100,000 Subscribers
Late America’s Got Talent contestant Nightbirde, aka Jane Marczewski, recently earned a YouTube plaque for passing 100,000 subscribers on the platform. Her family and team shared the award on her Instagram account, along with some updates about future music releases.
Nightbirde Earns YouTube Plaque for 100,000 Subscribers
Nightbirde’s team posted a photo of the singer in a white turtleneck, with a veil on her head. In the caption, they included an excerpt from “White Stag,” an unreleased poem by Nightbirde in which she wrote, “If I was an empty well, people would still gather / Not to take, but to give.”
The team also shared that they’re working on releasing Nightbirde’s books, as well as an album. They wrote that the release of the album will include CDs and vinyl records, the latter of which will be available later. They also teased “some other exciting things you all have requested.”
“What’s so beautiful about rolling out Jane’s legacy, is we are all doing this together, for Jane,” the caption continues. “You all are helping to solidify her legacy just as much as we are and we are so grateful for that.”
The YouTube plaque was sent to Nightbirde’s family on her behalf. “Wow!” the caption reads. “She would be so proud of how well you all continue to support her art.”
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The Singer’s Track ‘Fly’ Now Has a Music Video
Nightbirde’s family also reminded fans to check out the “memorial music video” for Nightbirde’s song “Fly,” which was released last month. The video features clips of a party celebrating the singer’s AGT appearance, as well as home videos of her journey and footage from her music career.
Last year, Nightbirde earned the Golden Buzzer from Simon Cowell for her Season 16 audition, in which she performed an original song called “It’s OK.” Unfortunately, she was unable to move on in the competition due to her ongoing cancer battle.
Nightbirde sadly passed away in February of this year. Fans can donate to the Nightbirde Foundation, which helps young women get treatment for breast cancer.