Jill Jack

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Jill Jack
Origin Ferndale, Michigan
Genres pop/rock, country
Occupation(s) singer-songwriter
Years active 1997–present
Labels Uphill Productions
Website www.jilljack.com

Jill Jack is an American singer-songwriter based in Ferndale, Michigan. As of May 2012, she has released eight albums, ranging from soul to rock, to folk and country. She leads a band of the same name.

Her CD Moon and the Morning After won the 2006 Detroit Music Awards for Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Recording. Writing for Allmusic, Thom Jurek called it, "an exceptionally honest rock & roll record, ... one that delivers musically as well as lyrically in spades and diamonds."[1]

In 2012 Jill took home 3 Detroit Music Awards. Outstanding Folk Artist/Group, Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Vocalist and Outstanding Acoustic/Folk Songwriter repeating her 2011 and 2010 DMA performance.


  • Watch Over Me (1997) Drum Dancer
  • Too Close To The Sun (1998) Drum Dancer
  • Live From Billy's Basement (1999) Drum Dancer
  • The Love Hotel (2001) Drum Dancer
  • Live and Unplugged (2004)
  • Moon and the Morning After (2006) Uphill Productions
  • Songwriter Sessions (2009) Uphill Productions
  • Sunflower Girl (2012)


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