Jill Tutt has enjoyed singing her entire life. Her number one job is being a mom to 3 boys, a wife, and a teacher. She has had the privilege of singing with Tony Gulizia, a jazz singer from Colorada. She has also performed with the Gulizia Brothers in Colorado, on an Alaskan Cruise, and many times in the great state of Alabama. Following the devastating tornadoes that ripped through Alabama in April 2011, Tony Gulizia, Joey Gulizia, and Jill performed two benefit concerts in Demopolis, Alabama, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to raise funds for the victims of this devastating storm.
Jill’s first album is Lifetime in a Moment; this album features the single “You’re the Glory,” and includes a blend of contemporary country, pop, and jazz. Jill is also the co-writer of the song “Change for Good”. She and Barry Coffing, the writer of the #1 hit song “How Do You Talk to an Angel” wrote the song for a company in Atlanta, Georgia, that turns plastics into oil. Jill has two music videos: “You’re the Glory” and “Change for Good”.
Jill has recorded the National Anthem and enjoys singing the anthem at many sporting events including events at the University of Alabama.
Jill has also worked with producer, writer, and musician Charlie Barnes on three albums: It’s Almost Christmas Day, A Christmas of Peace, and Peaceful Sleep. The Christmas albums feature traditional holidays songs arranged by Charlie Barnes. The lullaby album features a song written by Charlie Barnes.