Thomas Jeff Knight is an American country music artist, sometimes credited as T.J. Knight. Born in El Paso, Texas, he later moved to the Allegheny Mountains region of Pennsylvania; after finding work as a truck driver, he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he signed to a publishing contract with a publishing company known as Music of the World. Among the artists who cut his songs are Pirates of the Mississippi, Johnny Cash and Vince Gill. Knight was signed to a recording contract with Polygram Records/Mercury Records in 1992. He released two albums for the label and released two singles. He also wrote Daryle Singletary's 1996 single "Too Much Fun", for which Knight won a BMI award.
- Genre: Country