Jill Andrews is an American singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. She was a co-founder of indie folk/alt-country band The Everybodyfields, leaving in 2009 to pursue a solo career. Andrews began writing songs when she was 19 years old.
Born in Johnson City, Tennessee, she is an alumna of East Tennessee State University. Andrews has two children: her son Nico, and her daughter Falcon.
Songs by Andrews have been featured in several television series, among them: "Tell That Devil", cowritten with Emery Dobyns and Matthew Mayfield, was performed by Hayden Panettiere in Nashville and is the theme song for Wynonna Earp; "Lost It All", cowritten with Matthew Bronleewe, was included in Teen Wolf and The Originals; and "Rust or Gold", cowritten with Elise Hayes, in Grey's Anatomy and Beauty & the Beast. "Rust or Gold" was released as a single concurrent with its debut on Grey's Anatomy and within two days ranked in the top ten of iTunes' Singer/Songwriter chart.
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