Judy Rowe has a voice of gold, whose talent as a singer & songwriter has been an inspiration for many musicians & fans. Her incredible versatility allows her to croon with the best of them or belt out the rockin’ tunes from pop to blues to country. She has become known as the singer with “perfect pitch” and timing with musicians and in the recording studio. Judy has also had success as a published songwriter with some of her songs earning a place on radio play lists across Canada. She is a member of SOCAN and the B.C.C.M.A.
Pasty Cline has been Judy’s inspiration all of her life and she has performed as a Patsy Cline tribute artist over the past few years. She has done several shows across Western Canada in a tribute show with Elvis Presley & Johnny Cash tribute artists such as Gino Monolopi and Jeff Bodner.
Judy Anne was the lead singer and manager of a band called “Sugar Moon” and “Reckless Hearts” for a number of years. She has also opened for artists such as Rick Tippe, Farmer’s Daughter, and Doug & the Slugs. Her CD, “Judy Anne . . . Forever Patsy”, is a tribute towards the person who inspired, encouraged and motivated her talent and passion for music.
Judy has also performed internationally. One of her passions is singing in Spanish and she has been invited to sing in various places in Mexico, where she also has had international radio play time. The challenge of singing latino, jazz and blues has enhanced her versatile musical repertoire.
“PATSY CLINE has been my idol since I was a little girl listening to the radio. Her songs touched my heart even then, at such a young and tender age. Just as all little girls have fantasies, mine was to be a singer “just like Patsy”, to be able to reach out and grab your heart and make you feel like that woman in the song. Patsy Cline was an incredible woman with passion and soul, who was born to sing love songs and could take any song and make it her own. I never dreamed that one day I would be standing up on stage singing her songs and that people would still be honouring and celebrating Patsy’s enduring legacy. I am honoured to be able to play a small part in ensuring her life and music will never be forgotten. The world was tragically robbed of her great talents on the night of March 3, 1963 when her plane crashed on a mountain top in Tennessee but, as it says on her headstone,
"Death can not kill what never dies ~ love."
Patsy bordered between country and pop and was the first female artist to step out of the boundaries and really change the course of country music. She became the most popular female vocalist in the world with a powerful and compassionate vocal style all her own. This CD is a token of my gratitude to her, a tribute to an unforgettable woman with a big heart and a big voice.
~ Love Judy ~
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