Juliet Nicole Simms is an American rock singer, songwriter, poet, musician, musician, producer and businessman. She has built a fan base as the main vocalist for the group Automatic Loveletter. In 2007 - the group's early years - she befriended Kevin Lyman. This made him an actor back in the Warped Tour summer round. After the summer of 2011 and working on solo circuits for the first time, Simms has produced his content as a solo artist. In 2011, Simms auditioned for season 2 of The Voice NBC. She sang “Oh! The Beatles 'Darling' gave his blind audition and chose Cee Lo Green as his coach. She later covered songs like "Roxanne" by The Police and "It's A Mans Mans Mans World" by James Brown. Simms was a finalist at The Voice and signed with Universal Records, then eventually left the label because he had no creative control.
|Birth name||Juliet Nicole Simms|
|Born||February 26, 1986, San Francisco, California, United States|
|Origin||Clearwater, Florida, United States|
|Genres||Rock, pop, soul, folk rock, alternative rock, indie rock, punk rock|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, composer, musician, performer, entrepreneur, model|
|Instruments||Vocalist, Guitar, Piano|
|Labels||Epic, RCA, Umbrella Records, Sony, Paper + Plastick Records, Universal Republic Records, Ju Ju Productions, Sumerian Records|
|Associated acts||Automatic Loveletter|
|IMDb||Juliet Simms's IMDb|
Singer-songwriter who was a runner-up on NBC's The Voice in 2012. She joined the band Automatic Loveletter as a guitarist and lead vocalist.
She began writing songs when she was 14 and signed with her first record label, Umbrella Records, when she was 16.
She released her first single, "Wild Child," in 2012.
She married Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack in 2016.
Cee Lo Green was her coach on The Voice.
- Musician San Francisco
- Punk rock singer
- American rock singer
Latest information about Juliet Simms updated on June 18 2021.