With courage and tenacity, Judy jumped headlong into her dream to be a singer at the ripe age of 38. Having had no experience and no training she followed her heart and was blessed with the help, encouragement and support from so many wonderful musicians along the way, many became her dear friends as well as mentors.
Right off the bat, Judy started her first Band Reckless Hearts which became a shining success in the Valley. After eight incredible years of growth and achievements, she reluctantly parted ways with the Band to go on tour with her daughter Keri to help her on her way. Keri was offered a recording contract in short order and Judy continued back on her own musical pathway again.
Judy had a passion for writing sings, became a member of SOCAN and had radio play success with Be My Man along with publishing other songs.
Returning to Penticton, Judy was invited to be part of a tribute show as a Patsy Cline tribute artist which took her to various parts of the country and she was considered one of Western Canada's finest. Her CD Judy Anne . . . Forever Patsy was very popular and gained some radio play time as well as others songs that she had written that were recorded by others.
Judy's passion for singing in Spanish has also opened doors for her and she has been invited to perform in various places in Mexico and the U.S. which she still currently does. At present Judy enjoys doing her own variety of specialty shows as well as singing with a few groups on the side. While further pursuing her song writing, Judy is currently planning a new CD project which will included some of her own original pieces.
In the recording studio, Judy is especially known for her pitch pure voice and she can croon with the best of them.
Listen to Judy's interview from the show with Dennis Walker on SO Country Internet Radio RIGHT HERE.