Roxie has ample foundation to build from as a songwriter, recording artist and live performer. From whimsical to intense, tender and heartfelt to seductive and emotional, Roxie's music has a broad appeal that would be at home on various radio formats, including Triple-A, Adult Contemporary and Americana. She's carving her own path, constantly evolving and anxiously exploring new ground in her music. Who knows what's next... 

Hailing from Eastern Illinois farm country, Roxie credits her close-knit family for introducing her to a wide variety of genres and fueling her love for music. She learned how to harmonize by listening to old recordings of her parents’ southern rock band and she has vivid childhood memories of her grandfather playing hymns on the piano and strumming classic country songs on the guitar. She started singing in church at age 8, but as she grew up, Roxie's vast range of influences came to include country songbirds (Shania Twain, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride), mainstream pop stars (Amy Grant, Alanis Morissette, Sheryl Crow) as well as out-of-the-box indie artists (Shawn Colvin, Jonatha Brooke, Mindy Smith).
Before she earned the unique designation of “Female Demo Singer of the Year" for her studio work in Nashville, she had performed on a stadium stage with Shania Twain, opened for Terri Clark and Mel Tillis, advanced to the state level in the long-running competition, Colgate Country Showdown, and co-written with some of Nashville's best songwriters.

Roxie's discography begins with 2006's Live at The French Quarter Café, described by reviewers as “perfectly paced and executed,” “smart and refreshing,” and full of “one hit song after another.” Her 2008 follow-up, Something Real, embraced a more feminine, relaxed feel and was “an easy listen, with hints of coffeehouse, country, folk and a ladies touch.” High praise continued with the Eddie Gore-produced 2012 Little Victory EP being called "a rare joy," "solid pop goodness," and “an impressive collection.” A series of digital singles followed, including "Everything I'm Not," which spawned Roxie's first official music video.

In 2017, Roxie went back to the studio to record a new album, entitled Stripped & Covered. The 13-song project, recorded with Scott Gerow at Nashville's Battery Lane Music, reflects Roxie's live show experience with acoustic renditions of her favorite cover songs and several new original songs. Guest appearances from Nashville friends, Morgan Bracy, Kimber Cleveland, Jenn Franklin, and Sheldon Lee Sweeney make the album a collaborative effort.

Roxie's songs have also found homes in diverse places outside of her own artistic expression. Her first movie score composition and film acting experience can be seen and heard in the film, "One More Christmas" (a top 10 finalist at the G.I. Film Festival in Washington, D.C.). “This Way," a co-write with Cleveland is featured in the DVD extras of the documentary, “Beyond The Myth: A Film About Pit Bulls and Breed Discrimination.” Her uplifting anthem about strength in numbers, “United,” has been used in United Way promotional content across the country. "No Promises," a delicate ballad about new love, has been cut by up-and-coming country act, Sarah Dunn Band.

Roxie built a loyal following performing all over the U.S., specializing in intimate venues, private parties, and corporate events, along with regular shows at Nashville hotspots, like The Bluebird Café and Douglas Corner Café. She split her touring time between performing solo and as half of As Girls Go, an acoustic duo with pop-rock singer-songwriter and best friend, Kimber Cleveland. As Girls Go was selected from thousands of applicants to showcased at the NACA® (National Association of Campus Activities) South Regional Conference.

After many years of full-time touring, Roxie is taking much-needed time off from the road. Other creative endeavors are in the works, as well as rest and reinvention. The wheels never stop turning... the vehicle just changes direction. Stay tuned for the next chapter.