The Boston Herald describes Jud Caswell as "one of those expert, multigifted folk singers who are surprisingly unknown outside their home territory." Since the release of his latest CD, "Lost & Found," Jud has been working hard to change that "unknown" status.
Caswell has won more than a dozen national songwriting accolades in the last 18 months. He won the 2004 Great American Song Contest and the Rose Garden Coffeehouse Performing Songwriter Competition. He has also won honors from the Telluride Troubadour competition, American Songwriter Magazine, the Boston Folk Festival, and the Philadelphia Songwriters Project.
Caswell has been a performing musician all his life. He studied bassoon and saxophone before taking up the acoustic guitar while earning his music degree from Dartmouth College. Caswell lives in Brunswick, ME.