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Autumn Helene is a 14 year old GRAMMY considered, award-winning singer/songwriter/music producer from Auburn, WA, USA.

Often compared to artists such as Adele, Lorde, Jewel and Billie Eilish,while getting her musical inspiraton from artists such as Bea Miller, Mitski and Sabrina Carpenter, Autumn Helene has a unique style frequently described as both ethereal and melancholy.

She released her first original song "You Won't Regret A Thing" at the age of 12, as her response to being bullied and taking her power back. This song about being bullied is being used in the new dark thriller tv show Hunting Jessica in late autumn 2021, making Autumn one of the youngest music composers ever to earn IMDb credit.


Now 14 years old, Autumn's music is available on most streaming platforms with followers in 75 countries.   She was recently named International Singer Songwriters Association's 2021: USA Young Adult Artist of the Year (Bronze) and is also a winner of the World Songwriting Awards Best Song by a Young Adult Artist. Her song "Stars Align" was even placed on the Official Ballot for this year's Grammy Awards by The Recording Academy for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance. She earned Best New Artist in Rampage Music Awards, and songwriting awards for songs: "Stars Align," "Good in You," "Off My Knees" and (not yet released) "Blinded."

​Whether you are young or just young at heart, Autumn Helene will enchant, entertain and inspire you.  

When the pandemic began and all of her gigs were cancelled in 2020 and 2021, she adapted; and began to learn music production using Studio One. She is now ambitiously working on fully self producing her first album, Facade, due out in 2022.

She was invited to perform at Seattle miniFEST and has made the decision not to accept any more performances for the time being, to enable to her to focus on songwriting and music production. 

To show your support, and help her fund the creation of her solo album, you may donate to her virtual tip jar, college fund, or proudly wear an item from her new line of merchandise

This young artist has big plans, and continues to work hard to make her dreams a reality.