JENN GRAUER is a Venezuelan-born singer/songwriter/pianist based in New York City. Blending early blues influences with a contemporary style, her songs combine classical and rock instrumentation with heartfelt lyrics and soulful vocals. Formerly known as "Hambone Jennie," she got her start singing on the streets of Paris with The Crooners, a high energy acoustic rock n' roll band with influences drawing from Robert Johnson, Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Chuck Berry, and Bob Dylan. Following in the footsteps of the American busking tradition, the band traveled overseas to play on street corners and in venues throughout Europe, attracting a widespread audience from all over the globe. In 2011, JENN GRAUER released her first debut album "A Million Fires," a collection of intimate piano ballads influenced by her experience living and performing abroad. During that time, she was also producing promos for HBO where she met director Souzan Alavi. The duo worked together on the award-winning campaigns for Lady Gaga’s Monster Ball Concert Special, Real Time with Bill Maher, and True Blood which led to their collaboration on the music video for the title track "A Million Fires." Soon after, her anthemic song “Solider Song” was featured in the promo for the HBO Film Taking Chance, which launched her into composing and producing music for a wide variety of HBO and Cinemax promos, as well as commercials and independent films. In 2012, she collaborated with musicians on the American roots label Old Boy Records to write and produce a collection of dark and moody blues songs for a project called Black Moon. The EP was release in the Fall of 2012.