Jett Craze

Electronic rock, Musical Artist

1974 –

50

Who is Jett Craze?

Jett Craze is a New York-based, indie rock musician, singer-songwriter, recording artist, and music composer. Born in London, England, and raised in Amherst, Massachusetts, he attended the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon, and Hunter College in New York, NY. He moved back east to New York City in 1994, where he immersed himself in songwriting and learning to play the guitar. He formed several rock bands beginning in 1996, playing gigs throughout New York City. His bands’ two albums, Jett Craze and With Friends garnered attention for the groups with music featured in a multitude of Sender Film’s award-winning rock climbing documentaries. Additionally, Craze’s solo work has won him individual recognition and commercial success as not only a singer/songwriter, but as a producer and composer. He has worked on projects for clients including The North Face, Cliff, Garmin and NBC Sports.

Craze began his career performing mainly indie rock, but gradually began incorporating more of an electronic sound in 2006 when he began delving into his solo ventures and his side project So Deadly. His first solo album Strategy for Sleeping was released in 2008.

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1974

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on July 23, 2013

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