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Judy's vocal style is reminiscent of female singers during the 20's, 30’s, 40’s and 50’s. From big band to gospel, love songs, smooth jazz, tin pan alley, country ballads, Judy’s voice and presence are perfect for intimate settings.
As a recognized lyricist and songwriter, she has five CDs and over 20 songs to her credit. She was the featured vocalist for the Montana Mother’s Day Tea and participated at a Star Search competition in Los Angeles, California.
Judy is also the author of three renowned books: “Reach for the Stars,” a compilation of voice techniques for singers; “Speech and Diction,” a widely used teaching book for families and medical professionals who deal with those suffering from Parkinson’s disease; “Speech and Diction for Professional Speakers,” a comprehensive vocal training kit for public speakers and actors.
A native of Montana, Judy began her career in music during grade school and continued her formal musical education under the tutelage of Maestro David Kyle. Now living on the Olympic Peninsula, Judy divides her time between performing, writing, recording and taking care of her family. She is currently writing a children’s book and working on her "Books on CD" project, a collection of stories for young readers with music and sound effects.
Official training includes:
6 years voice lessons under the tutelage of Maestro David Kyle. Instructed in breathing, Lutgen/Vaccai, pitch, projection, performance and presentation, and life skills.
3 years piano lessons (Josephine Gardner)
The Music Business (Kingdom Child Moody)
Acting/Monologue Seminar (Duk-Lit Productions)
Jazz Clinic (Ernie Watts and Lew Soloff)
Flathead Valley Community College
Skagit Valley Community College
Seattle Pacific University
Green River Community College