Being a classic rock lover yet inspired to sing like Christina Aguilera, Jill Knox's musical style is one you'll just have to listen to for yourself. Jill was born in Buffalo, NY and moved to the small town of Holly Springs, NC when she was 9 years old. The first time she heard Jimmy Page wail on "Whole Lotta Love," her love for rock and roll bloomed. She began singing and writing songs when she was 12 years old and learned piano shortly thereafter. Her songwriting soared into a jazzy, bluesy, rock and roll style. Think Christina Aguilera meets the White Stripes. At age 19 she moved to Hollywood, CA and pursed a music degree in vocals. She showcased her talents at the Universal Music showcase in Beverly Hills in 2009. She was hired to score the music for the independent film, "First Timers" which premiered in New York in 2009 later that year. Her first full-length album, Let Me Be Free, was released on December 29, 2012. She currently resides in Nashville, TN as a student at Belmont University and is obtaining a degree in Music Business.