Jeanne Kramer was born in 1975 in Washington D.C. She began playing the piano around the age of eight after moving to the state of Washington, which led to writing and singing songs shortly thereafter. In 1992/1993 she was in an R&B Band called Raw Karma. She then moved to the state of Virginia to attend the University of Richmond. There Jeannie recorded her first album which earned her a scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. She graduated from Berklee with a Bachelor's of Music in Music Production and Engineering with a Voice principal in 1997. While working at Sound Techniques Studios in Boston she worked on albums such as Tanya Donelly (Belly, Throwing Muses), the Ska band "The Allstonians", and the soundtrack to Disney's "Prefontaine". Afterwards she made her living teaching voice and piano lessons, and coaching and producing vocals in various studios in the Boston area. She produced and managed a band called Lunch Meat Circus in the late 90's at Mixed Emotions Studios, where she also recorded three of her own songs (Pieces, You, and No Expert). Jeannie served as a music judge for various entities such as the John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Diskmakers NewEnglan Division, BigNoise Records (Providence, RI), and did some A&R work for Critique Records (BMG). She also worked for the Boston branch of Universal Studios Music and Video Distribution. In 2000 she moved back to Washington State where her family lives. She currently resides in Lakewood, WA and continues to write and perform music. Jeannie's own music is meloncholy with a hint of country.