Jena Irene Asciutto, who performs as Jena Irene, is a pop vocalist and songwriter whose smoky tone of voice led her to a runner-up end on American Idol’s 13th time of year. Hailing from Farmington Hillsides, Michigan in suburban Detroit, she is at a band known as Infinity Hour in her early to mid-teens before auditioning for it talent display at age 17. A lover of rings including Paramore and Incubus, she sang Adele’s “Moving in the Deep” on her behalf Detroit audition, which shown in January 2014. She advanced using the unanimous authorization of judges Harry Connick, Jr., Jennifer Lopez, and Keith Urban. Asciutto continued to finish an area behind Caleb Johnson, and authorized a record cope with Detroit’s Initial 1265 Recordings. The label released her debut EP, Innocence, in 2016, and it got around the Billboard Heatseekers graph.