Jules Renato is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter from small-town central New York. Her passion for music began at the age of four in the back room of her house with a karaoke machine and a CD of classic rock hits. As a child, Jules participated in many vocal competitions, local concerts, and choirs until she eventually found her way into the world of musical theatre.
Jules attended the Interlochen Arts Academy in Interlochen, MI, where she studied Theatre Performance. She went on to study at Webster University in St. Louis, MO, pursuing a BFA in Acting for a year and a half before deciding she wanted to focus more on music. She graduated from Stony Brook University on Long Island and, alongside music, works as a school teacher.
Jules’ writing is rooted in the folk Americana style, drawing on the influence of writers like Robert Lee Castleman, Ben Folds, Doc Watson, John Prine, Joni Mitchell, Simon and Garfunkel, Carole King, James Taylor, Cat Stevens, and Leonard Cohen. She currently has some singles in production, and plans to release them fall of 2022.