Jill Winter grew up surrounded by music and at the age of 14 was playing the bar and club scene of NY. Being a versatile musician, both instrument wise and stylistically, she had opportunities to play in various bands
(Charting NMW and Gavin Top 40) and opened for many National and
International Acts such as Eddie Money, Lucas Prata,
Twisted Sister, Bret Michaels, Jason Bonham and more.
Jill was a founding member and co songwriter of the band Jac&Jill, recorded with a grammy award winning producer and played many world renowned venues, including, Roseland Ballroom, Webster Hall, B.B. King's, The Best Buy Theater, as well as many festival stages.
Currently, Jill has launched her solo career and added lead vocals to her repertoire, with the release of her first single 1978 which has been remixed by two Billboard Charting Producers 1978 [Disco Radio Edit] (Klubjumpers Remix) 1978 [Radio Edit] (Peter Monk Mix) as well as other releases which are influenced by her love of Pop, Dance and Rock music.
Jill's most recent release is an updated version of the theme to the beloved Chevy Chase movie "Christmas Vacation" in honor of it's 30th anniversary in 2019. Jill is also writing and recording new music for release in 2020.