Jane Marczewski's loved ones want to make sure the singer continues to inspire, even after her death.
Many of us were moved by the beautiful voice of the America’s Got Talent star Nightbirde. From the moment the fragile singer with a big voice — and even bigger message — took to the stage, she made us look at life in a whole new way.
Although at the time she had little chance of surviving cancer, she embodied an energy and joy for life that made us feel that “It’s Okay,” just as her song explains.
When Nightbirde finally succumbed to cancer this past February, she left a legacy of hope, not just in this life, but in the eternal life to come. And while fans might have thought that was the last we would hear from the singer, her family have just shared that they will be releasing one of Nightbirde’s songs on July 4th, a day before a tribute planned on AGT.
In a post on the Nightbirde Facebook page, the family shared the news of the release in a manner typical to that of the late singer; accompanied by an excerpt of a beautiful poem called “God on the bathroom floor” that she wrote while struggling with the disease.
It is wonderful to see that Nightbirde continues to inspire, and in honor of the star and her courage in the face of cancer, her family and friends have also set up a foundation in her name that aims to bring hope and healing to young women with breast cancer.
If you’d like to watch Nightbirde’s beautiful first audition again, have a look at the video below: