Jill grew up a classic rock lover, and began her music career early in life with singing, dancing, and performing in various talent shows and recitals. She was a singer all her life and learned how to accompany herself on piano around age 15. She attended ECU as a musical theater major but left for Los Angeles, CA to become a songwriter. She attended the Musician’s Institute in Hollywood and earned an Associate degree in vocal performance. Her first professional gig came as a composer for the soundtrack of the film “First Timers,” an indie comedy film. She spent years performing around Hollywood and recorded her first solo album in 2009.
Jill came back to Raleigh around 2010 and put a band together to record her second solo album, “Let Me Be Free.” She took the album with her to Nashville, TN and became known in the blues rock scene as a songwriter and music producer. While in Nashville, she also earned her Bachelor of Art degree in Music Business from Belmont University.
Jill currently resides in Holly Springs, NC and is a the mom of a wonderful little one-year old boy, Ricky, whom she named after Ricky Ricardo from her favorite TV show, "I Love Lucy."