Nightbirde’s Team Releases New Song in Honor of Her Birthday
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Nightbirde is remembered as the inspirational singer that shared her story of persistence on America’s Got Talent season 16. Even after she’s passed on, Nightbirde continues to inspire people with her unforgettable story, in the form of her music. In honor her amazing story, the team behind her has released a brand new song from the singer.
Nightbirde Released the Last Song She Ever Recorded
Nightbirde, whose real name is Jane Kristen Marczewski, is the singer that inspired millions with her story and unfrogettable voice. Because of her vulnerable music, Nightbirde won the hearts of AGT fans. Now, he legacy lives in through yet another posthumous single.
The song, “The Story I’ll Tell”, was released by the association launched by the singer’s family, The Nightbirde Foundation. For those who may not know, this track was originally performed by Maverick City Music.
Nightbirde’s newest release serves two purposes. “The Story I’ll Tell” performed by Nightbirde will help increase the foundation’s funds, and it also honors the late singer on her birthday. This is just one of a few posthumous singles that will help Nightbirde’s legacy live on.
The foundation’s goal is to support people who may have breast cancer by offering help in any way they can. They also generate donations to assist people in receiving proper medical care. This song’s release is to help generate donations for The Nightbirde Foundation, which will help those in need.
Nightbirde Covers Maverick City Music’s “The Story I’ll Tell”
Nightbirde once teamed up with Grammy-nominated music producer Ryland Talamo to bring a version of the hit song that felt original. Just like any other Nightbirde song, you can really feel her emotions. This is truly what makes Nightbirde such a stand out artist.
“On Jane’s first birthday in Heaven, we felt like this was a way she would’ve celebrated her birthday on earth,” A family member wrote. “We miss you more than words can say and the impact you’ve had on this world, even in your absence, has been something we know you are proud of.”
The song also has an accompanying video directed by Janet Loos. The song’s original release came from the 2020 album Maverick City Vol. three Pt. two by the American contemporary worship music group Maverick City Music. Nightbirde‘s cover is truly heartfelt earning the praise of every single fan who’s feeling that she went too soon.