Jerry Jean is an NYC based award-winning songwriter, producer, and musician.
Jerry draws from an eclectic mix of progressive pop, electronic, rock, and classical influences. Fighting for You, Jerry’s self-produced and independently released EP broke into the iTunes Top Albums chart upon release. The title track of his second EP, Your Love, is a 2014 International Songwriting Competition winner, chosen from 18,000+ songs from 100+ countries. His song Enough is a 2016 Global Peace Song Awards Finalist.
His 2017 debut LP, Do We Reach Home, explores the strains of modern living, human connection, and renewal. Cinematic and grand, Jerry weaves together haunting melodies and searching lyrics over a warm, piano-driven backdrop adorned with lush strings. Each song is a miniature think piece, and they collectively explore the search for home and belonging amidst the fragmentation of truth in the social media era.
A multi-instrumentalist (piano, violin, laptop) and singer, he has performed in venues as varied as Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, MTV Unplugged, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the United Nations, and The Bitter End. Jerry has performed and recorded with artists including Florence + The Machine.
Jerry can provide clients with full scale music production, remote piano / keyboard tracks, as well as music consultation.
Jerry is also an in-demand vocal coach, working with a wide array of singers as schedule permits.
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Jerry was a tremendous asset to my project - a debut indie cinematic pop EP due for release August, 2017. Jerry's ear for production exceeded my expectations from work with other producers in the past. But what sets Jerry apart is that he takes full ownership of the project, going beyond a producer to provide valuable feedback in areas of songwriting, engineering, and album promotion.
Brilliant work. Jerry's arranging is top notch, and his beautiful piano playing elevated my project!
Interview with Jerry Jean
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: A great underlying song with an inspiring performance is most important, but the technical aspects of solid mixing and mastering are extremely important to present the material in the best light.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Alternative pop with substance.