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Lucy Nicole Schwartz (born December 7, 1989) is an American singer and songwriter from Los Angeles, California.She has become well known for writing/ performing original songs for film and TV -including songs for Twilight, Nashville, Parenthood, Shrek, What Maisie Knew, and more. Career: In 2010, Schwartz released her sophomore album, Life in Letters. In 2011, she had a duet with Aqualung on The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn and released the EP, "Keep Me". Schwartz has toured with Lilith Fair, alongside Sarah McLachlan and Sheryl Crow, and opened for The Weepies, Brandi Carlile, The Civil Wars, Agnes Obel, Toad the Wet Sprocket, A Fine Frenzy, Joshua Radin, and The Belle Brigade. Her songs have been featured in over a dozen television programs, including Grey's Anatomy, Army Wives, and The Good Wife. Schwartz wrote the international theme song for NBC's show, Parenthood, and she has written original songs for numerous films, including Twilight, Shrek Forever After, Mother and Child, Post Grad, Monte Carlo, Adam, and the Meg Ryan comedy, The Women. Her single, "Boomerang", appeared in the closing credits of the fourth season finale of the television series Arrested Development, for which her father, David Schwartz, composed the soundtrack. She had previously performed the vocal recordings "Mr. F" and "For British Eyes Only" in a faux-English accent for the series. Schwartz guest starred in the second season premiere of House of Lies, playing the role of a waitress dressed as a bumblebee and singing The Carpenters's song, "Close to You". "Black Roses," a song written by Schwartz, is sung by the character of Scarlett O'Connor (portrayed by Clare Bowen) in the TV show Nashville. She has worked with the charities: Heifer International, CHOC Children's Hospital, Rock 'n' Roll Camp for Girls, Songs of Love for Japan, and Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project.

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