Jill Zutty, singer/songwriter, was born and raised on Long Island, NY and currently resides in the Princeton, NJ area. She writes about life experiences and current issues through all different styles of music.

Her influences growing up and through today include such artists as Joni Mitchell, Melanie, Judy Collins, Carly Simon, Sheryl Crow, Jewel, Celine Dion, LeAnn Rimes, Shawn
Colvin, Sara McLachlan, Noe Venable and Tori Amos.


She recently recorded her first 2 albums and fulfilled one of her life long dreams.

Her CD "Look into my Heart" is the more mellow of the two, and contains songs that are of a pop and country style.

This CD features the title song, "Look Into My Heart," along with "Where The Heartache Lies," "Innocence of Babes," and "You're With Me In My Heart" - a tribute song for 9-11.


 

Jill's second CD," Cold Dark Night," is the more alternative, "sister album" to the first.

The songs have a darker edge and are generally more rock oriented.

Both albums were recorded and released simultaneously.

Featured titles are: "Cold Dark Night," "Loss of Innocence and Grace," "Where Am I Really?" "Suicide Mission," and "You're With Me In My Heart."

 

Jill's 3rd and most recent CD "You Turn Me On" is her Mainstream CD where her music takes on a different style. Jill writes with a more radio-friendly, upbeat vibe ala Michele Branch, Sheryl Crow, Matchbox 20, etc.

Her extremely catchy melodies and grooves make you want to sing and dance and her lyrics just suck you in!

There are 20 Tracks on this single CD! It begins with the "Take my Hand," which was recorded and dedicated
especially for the National Foundation for Cancer Research! The CD also includes the title song "You Turn Me On," "All I Want is You," "Paralyzed," "I am Me," "We Gotta Change," and "Let it Go."

Jill continues to write frequently so that she can share her music with the world! In addition to writing for herself, she hopes to write for other artists as well as for film and television.
 

A portion of Jill Zutty's album sales from "You Turn Me On" will be donated
to the National Foundation for Cancer Research in the fight against Cancer.

Jill's music can be found in major record stores throughout the country and she can be heard on public radio.