About Rozzi Crane
"The first time I heard Rozzi sing I knew I had to find a way to be a part of it. I didn't have to think about it. She's THAT incredible" - Adam Levine
Born and raised in San Francisco, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter first fell
in love with music in elementary school. Music has been her passion ever since and Rozzi is now currently enrolled in the University of Southern California's elite Popular Music program.
Concurrent to her studies at USC, Rozzi has had the honor of opening for Earth, Wind & Fire, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, The Steve Miller Band, Neal Schon of Journey, Esperanza Spaulding, and Anthony Hamilton. She has also toured as a background vocalist with the Eagles' Don Henley and Brazilian legend, Sergio Mendes.
Most recently, Rozzi is featured on the Maroon 5 track, "Come Away" produced by T-Bone Burnett for the 2012 film "Hunger Games." Although this isn't the first time her music has hit the big screen. Rozzi's original songs have previously been featured in Lifetime Television's second most watched film of all time, "Sins of A Mother." Rozzi's compositions in that film received recognition from the New York Post and other media acknowledging Rozzi as an artist to watch.
She recently made the Red Pages Hot 100 list for 2012 and was named a New and Developing Artist to Watch in Hits Magazine.
Since returning from a tour with her own band, Rozzi has begun work on her debut album to be released next year. Continue to follow Rozzi for new and exciting updates as 2012 has many great things in store for this young and talented artist.