Gracie Van Brunt is a 25 year old singer/songwriter/topliner from Boston, MA. When she was two years old, she was diagnosed with a rare disease called Shwachman-Diamond Syndrome which affects her bone-marrow and pancreas. There are only 3,000 known cases of it in the world. She spent the first 6 years of her life in and out of the hospital battling this illness. She is the recipient of the 2013 Rare Champion of Hope Patient Advocacy Award, has performed at many different Rare Disease Conferences and Galas and is an advocate for all SDS patients. Gracie started singing when she was 6 and writing when she was 12 and has written over 1,000 songs in her lifetime. After attending the prestigious Berklee College of Music and majoring in Songwriting for two years, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her songwriting career. While living in LA, she has written and sang for artists affiliated with Warner Chappell, Youth Control, Kitsune Electronic Records, Play Me Records and Simplify Records. She is now living in her hometown of Sherborn, Mass currently recovering from a bone-marrow transplant she received in June. Since being in quarantined recovery, she has released many collaborations with popular DJs and is working on her own EP!