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Rosalind Elizabeth "Rozzi" Crane (born May 2, 1991) is an American singer-songwriter from San Francisco.[1] At 19 years old, Crane made her name known by being discovered by Maroon 5 lead singer Adam Levine. Soon after she was touring the country with Maroon 5 and honing her craft on-stage. Levine and Crane parted ways in 2016.[2] Now signed with Small Giant Records/Columbia Records, Crane released her first album Bad Together (2018).

Rozzi Crane
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Background information
Birth nameRosalind Elizabeth Crane
Born (1991-05-02) May 2, 1991 (age 28)
OriginSan Francisco
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • musician
Years active2012–present
Associated acts
WebsiteOfficial website


Life and careerEdit

Crane attended Marin Academy High School and became a strong member in their musical program.

In 2009, Crane attended the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California as a member of the inaugural class of the Popular Music program. During her first year, Crane's original compositions were licensed for the first time when four of her songs were featured in Lifetime Television's second most-watched film ever, Sins of the Mother. During her sophomore and junior years, Crane was a background vocalist for Don Henley[3] and Sergio Mendes.[4][5]

In 2012, she became the first artist signed to Adam Levine's record label, 222 Records, where she launched two EPs, Space and Time.[6][7] Crane met bassist and primary collaborator Sam Wilkes in 2009[8] and he remains the bassist and musical director of Crane's band as of 2014.[citation needed]

Crane was featured on the Maroon 5 song "Come Away to the Water", which was part of The Hunger Games soundtrack and has toured with the band.[3][5] In 2013, Crane went on tour with the band for their Overexposed Tour. In 2014, Crane toured as an opening for Gavin DeGraw and Parachute,[9] meanwhile in 2015 she opened for Maroon 5 during the Maroon 5 On the Road Tour in United States and Canada. Also in 2015, she became the opener for Owl City's "On The Verge Tour" for his latest album Mobile Orchestra.

In April 2015, Elvis Duran picked Crane as his Artist of the Month and she performed her single "Psycho" live on NBC's Today show hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb. Crane was also featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live and performed her single "Never Over You" [10]

Crane is currently signed to Small Giant Records/Columbia Records. On January 12, 2018, she released Uphill Battle, the first song in a succession of releases that will lead to the release of her first full-length album later this year on Small Giant/Columbia Records.[11][12] Crane's first single "Never Over You" was released on February 9, 2018.[13] Additionally, Crane released a video of the recording at Capitol Records.



Year Title Role Notes
2015 Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Lisa Episode: "Auditions"



  • ”Bad Together” (2018)


  • "Never Over You" (2018)[14][15]
  • "Uphill Battle" (2018)[16][17]
  • "Joshua Tree" (2018) [18]
  • "Lose Us" ft Scott Hoying (2018)[19]



  1. ^ "Adam Levine Protege Rozzi Crane Takes Behringer Stage at NAMM". Behringer. Retrieved January 24, 2014.
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  3. ^ a b "M Music & Musicians Magazine " Rozzi".
  4. ^ "Rozzi". USC Thornton School of Music.
  5. ^ a b Lopez, Korina. "Adam Levine's protegee sets out on her own". USA Today. Retrieved August 7, 2014.
  6. ^ Weston, Liana. "Rozzi on What It's Like to Be Adam Levine's Hot New Protégée". Teen Vogue. Retrieved September 2, 2013.
  7. ^ Burtt, Kristyn. "Rozzi talks about Maroon 5 and her rise to the top". Retrieved March 20, 2013.
  8. ^ "USC Music School Teaches the Art of Making a Pop Hit". Rolling Stone.
  9. ^ Scales, Stacy. "Show Review: Gavin DeGraw with Parachute & Rozzi Crane at Uptown Theatre, 4/26/2014". Napa Valley Life. Archived from the original on August 16, 2014. Retrieved April 26, 2014.
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  11. ^ "Rozzi on Twitter: "A letter from me to you"". Twitter. Retrieved January 11, 2018.
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