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SINGER-SONGWRITER & MUSIC BUSINESS MAJOR ROXY KING is a 25-year-old New York University graduate from Boulder CO and San Diego CA. During summer of 2015, Roxy interned at Jonas Group Management Company. During summer of 2016, Roxy interned at Warner Bros. Pictures in the music department. Roxy has also interned at Atlantic Records for CEO Craig Kallman and at Glassnotes Records. In July 2018, Roxy relocated to Nashville TN to advance her career in music publishing and to reconnect with her creative roots. Roxy worked at Concord before moving to Universal Music Publishing Group as an A&R Director. Roxy has been featured as a 30-under-30 in the Nashville Briefing and has co-founded "Writers Room U," a non-profit which brings the art of songwriting to K-12 children across the country.


Roxy has released two full-production albums:  “Arrival” in 2011 at the age of 15 and, in 2013, “Weight of Words" at the age of 17. According to Stoli of Skope Magazine, music lovers will appreciate the growing depth and maturity of this young artist’s work.  “Roxy has done more in music in just a few years than most will ever do…she has got the ‘total package’ plus ambition and discipline.” According to Elle Lewis, Coordinator of the LA music festival, WorldFest, “Roxy has a surprising emotional maturity and precocious confidence onstage. Roxy is a true musician with a well-developed artistic voice and musical chops.

Roxy has also worked as a professional demo singer and session musician recording lead vocals for a variety of projects. One of Roxy's favorite recording projects was with JAMTOK, a music-based language learning app for iPhones and iPads. Roxy sang the lead vocals on a variety of pop songs, including ABC, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, Time After Time, Like a Virgin, Don't Know Why, Stand By Me, and more!


Selected as “2012 Teen SuperStar” Finalist, San Diego County Fair;

➢ Selected to sing the National Anthem at the 2012 Poway Rodeo;

➢ Performed at 2012 WorldFest music festival in Los Angeles;

➢ “Best Song” award for "Still I Can Dream"  by Judge Tom Laurie, Westcoast Songwriter’s Association, 2011;

➢ Netteradio “2011 Standout” for "Muddled;"

➢ Opened for Tim Nichols (Live Like You’re Dying), James Slater (In My Daughter’s Eyes) & Kip Moore (Somethin’        Bout a Truck) in Nashville TN, 2010;

➢ Song placement in the movie Serotonin Rising, 2010, and three songs placed on the movie’s soundtrack CD;

➢ Daisy Rock endorsed artist since 2010;

➢ Semi-Finalist, International Songwriting Competition, 2008 and 2009;




Roxy was a Varsity Pole-Vaulter! Her personal record in high school was 10'3".


Here she is in the Homecoming court before riding in the parade during her senior year.



Starting at age 5, Roxy became a competitive cheerleader and cheered for 9 years. She competed with the Cheer Central Suns in Colorado and was on the first Colorado team ever to go to the Worlds competition.


At age 17, she modeled cheerleading clothes for Omni Cheer magazine. It was great to be back in uniform!

On her 18th birthday, Roxy went skydiving with her dad! She can't wait to do it again!

Roxy is originally from Colorado. When she was 15 years old, her family relocated to San Diego. 

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