Eyes of Love
'Eyes of Love' has some of Nashville's premiere musicians performing with Judy. Artists include Award winning Vince Gill on guitar and vocals, Mark O'Connor on fiddle, Jerry Douglas on dobro, Kenny Malone on drums and Larry Paxton on bass. Judy wrote all but one song on this CD. All of the songs move through a refreshing variance of musical styles and colors and can be classified as New or Modern Country music. Biography: Born in Orange, California, Judy spent her early years living with her family in Southern California. Her father was a pilot for TWA and after being assigned to Saudi Arabia, the family traveled to Bancock, Hong Kong and other points of interest in the Orient and on to Europe. As a result of her travels, Judy virtually saw the world before the age of eleven years old. When tensions started to develop in the Middle East, Judy and her family returned to California. Judy started writing songs in her teens, accompanying herself on the guitar and piano. She wrote both music and lyrics and performed for her creative writing class. Being well received and earning an 'A' for the quarter, she began a love affair with music, writing and performing. Judy graduated through the club circuit performances and learned about the 'Business' side of music. Judy's credits through the 1980's into the 1990's include: * Titled 'Miss Northern California Country' by KRAK Radio in Sacramento for her musical ability. * Performed in one of the largest music festivals ever produced. The 'US' festival in San Bernardino California. * Signed with MCA Records. * Later signed with an independent label and had a #1 single for two months. * Released an independent album 'HalfWay To Paradise'. * Released two music videos that received heavy airplay rotation on 'The Nashville Network'. Judy's video 'Eyes of Love' can be seen on Launch.com. Judy's education in the music business grew even more as she moved to Nashville, Tennessee. Writing for various publishers, Judy gained recognition as a talented singer/songwriter. ABC moves licensed Judy's songs in two of their movie productions. During the 1990's she signed as a staff writer for Reba McEntire's publishing company. Country music performers Lee Greenwood and Billy Jo Spears are among those who have recorded Judy's songs.