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Jude and Rodders Christmas Special
Festival in beautiful West Cumbria, UK to promote women in music and in business. Friday 14 June - Sunday 16 June at Florence Mine, Egremont and Egremont Market Hall. International and local acts, workshops, kids activities, goddess healing village, art exhibition and local crafts. Click on ticket link website for more details.
May Madness Cabaret night
We will be showcasing our recent album and introducing our new drummer Iain Taylor. This show will be filmed with a view to creating a live dvd and cd. Doors will open at 7.00pm
A stripped down version of Judith Jones Band and some special guests
Sounds Like: Bonnie Raitt, Lucinda Williams, Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Melissa Etheridge
Label: jjb records
Bio: Judith Jones has been described as a powerful, professional but RAW talent with a voice like melted honey one minute and a voice that can peel paint off the walls the next. Supported by her band of very talented musicians, Judith Jones Band put on a rocking show. New album "Under Orion's Stare " ...See Full Bio
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“4 star review in the National R2 Music Magazine. "Ever get the Sense that you're in the wrong place, that you don't belong where you were made, body and soul? Take Judith Jones. She might be from Cumbria in the North of England, but this woman's all-American. "Under Orion's Stare" could have been cut by any of Judith's heroines. Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Nicks or Lucinda Williams. Yep, it's that good. Of course her co-writer and guitar man, Rod Godwin deserves an equal share of the credit for a collection that pulls together rock, country and blues (with no little soul) strands into a hugely enjoyable whole. while Jones's voice dominates, Godwin's no slouch in the vocals department either, with " One Hand" being a particular favourite in this parish. Jones manages to sound both virginal and dirty - sometimes in the same song ("Wrong Girl Wrong") - and always entrancing, as on "Mississippi Flood", "You Need a Lover", "The Stillest Hour" and a mighty impressive reading of Joan Baez”