Lucy Schwartz first gained prominence in the music world not with her solo work, but by penning and singing songs around Hollywood for use in television shows and films. While still in high school, she wrote both the beginning and end credit music for the 2008 Meg Ryan comedy, The Women. In addition, she's also lent her voice to material used in Shrek Forever After and popular shows such as Grey's Anatomy and Arrested Development. With these major opportunities under her belt at such a young age, Schwartz built up the talent and the confidence to transition from behind the scenes to the spotlight. Her 2010 LP, Life In Letters was produced by Mitchell Froom, whose previous clients include Paul McCartney and Elvis Costello. Propelled by both her strong voice and piano playing, Schwartz's light, sunny songs are sure to make her a staple in the pop world for years to come.