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Jill Wisoff

Jill Wisoff's most recent band, The Con Artists, independently released a CD produced by Chris Spedding. Prior to this project, Jill toured Europe and the U.S. extensively as bass player for the late Johnny Thunders. She was worked in Country & Western cover bands, performed with the Canadian band Chocolate Bunnies from Hell in one gig in Toronto, and was lead guitarist with the all-female reggae band Steppin'Razor in the eighties, opening for acts like UB40 and Black Uhuru. Jill has also scored the underground film "The Doorman," a sardonic look at the New York club scene directed by Dee D. Bache. She studied musical composition at Manhattan School of Music and Bennington College.