Julia Jewel is an American Songwriter, Pop Artist, Music Producer and Berklee College of Music student with a growing catalog of original songs and performance experiences from intimate stages to large theaters and halls.
Julia’s latest project is a twelve-song (one released per month) set of tracks that begin with "Till We Die" written by Julia and co-produced with Trey Vittetoe (producer for Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez). It's a fresh, maturing departure from Release Yourself, her 2017 four-song EP featuring "Sleepless".
At just 19-years old, Julia has a voice and sound that’s an emotional fresh blend of 80’s-90’s pop, R&B, K-Pop, and rock with the occasional touch of sultry jazz. She’s a strong singer, songwriter, record producer and stage performer who has redirected a classical piano background to deliver her own unique and large powerful pop sound.
Julia is a Connecticut native that has weaved a musical path through several schools, such as the Performing Arts Conservatory and School of Rock in New Canaan, The Pop Music Academy in Stamford, and the New York Jazz Academy in Manhattan. She’s done group and solo performances on stages ranging from coffee houses, churches, and schools to large theaters and halls such as Garcia's, Ridgefield Playhouse, Wall Street Theater, and once at the world-famous Carnegie Hall. In the fall of 2019, she headed to Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship for voice and songwriting and through her tremendous focus and hard work ethic she is set to graduate in just over 2 years, in the summer of 2021.
This young artist is just starting out but her voice, words, music and production choices have already been recognized as beyond her years. It could be that Julia’s motivation for musical expression grew out of the social distress of her dyslexia and the strength it took to overcome it or the path to recover from the excruciating pain of spinal surgery needed to correct her severe scoliosis. Whatever the origins of her drive for musical expression, Julia’s moving and emotional voice and songs seem a worthy prize that the rest of us can listen to and enjoy.