It turned out that she had no problem finding them. In less than a year, Julie went from playing local showcases to being invited to festivals and venues throughout the country, headlining Pride festivals nationwide, and sharing top billing with artists such as Garrison Star, Jen Foster, Andrea Gibson, God-dess and She, Eric Himan, and Angie Evans. With the backing of a rapidly-expanding national (and worldwide) fan base partnered with glowing reviews on her first album, “To Her (The Bittersweet),” Julie is working on many new music projects, including but not limited to a music video for future release, her sophomore album, and a tour of the UK and Australia. Julie’s captivating stage presence and unique music have won the attention of publications and radio stations around the world. In 2007, Julie was featured in Curvemag.com, the national magazine’s web edition, and also gained favorable review in The Advocate.
As of 2008, Julie’s music has been picked up by radio stations around the world: Australia, Britain, Sweden, and Italy are just a few of the countries that now play Julie’s music on a continuous basis. She has also been an in-studio guest on Sirius OutQ’s “Derek and Romaine” show, and featured on numerous podcasts and internet radio stations (Live 365, Indie Limelight, Martha’s Vinyard Showcase, etc). Her music is also the featured sound in the recently released indie film, “The Myth of Color,” which was featured at the Los Angeles Film Festival. These accomplishments have served to cement Julie’s place within the uppermost ranks of the rising artists in the acoustic music and LGBT music scenes. Julie is currently working on the completion of her sophomore release and actively touring nationally.
For booking information, please contact her agent, Kimberly Barnes of Industrious Music: firstname.lastname@example.org. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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