Whit Hill was born and raised in New York City. A child actor, Whit performed at New York’s famed La Mama Theater, with the New York City Shakespeare Festival and the New York City Opera. A professional choreographer for over 20 years, her dances have been commissioned and performed by companies across the country. As a backup singer, Whit toured the country – from the Bottom Line in Greenwich Village to the Vancouver Music Festival. She formed her own band, Whit Hill and the Postcards, in 2001. Her three albums, “We Are Here” (2003), “Farsighted” (2006), and “I Dug It Up” (2013), have received wide critical acclaim. A winner of the 2012 Kerrville New Folk Competition, Whit writes and sings about unusual topics: elderly doctors, the Civil War, bad road trips, paramecia, cicadas, and various interesting neighbors. And love. Ultimately, she writes about love. Whit lives in Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, Al Hill, a keyboardist, guitarist and singer with whom she often tours. Random facts about Whit: her Armenian grandfather owned a saloon called the Sanitary Lunch. She once delivered a friend’s baby by herself; this was unplanned. Her dad was on The Sopranos. She collects coincidences, loves dogs, teaches dance to the sweet children of East Nashville, and owns four metal detectors.