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Judy Vamp-Shire (The Devils Daughter) / Press

“REVIEW Wow Wow and double wow is all we can say. Being lovers of the symphonic, power ballad rock scene this beauty is music to our ears, she simply has it all with the unique sounds of haunting dark rock mixed with great ballads which she calls Vamp Rock. Vocally super, Lyrically fantastic and the music is killer. We find Judy Vamp-Shire both captivating, exciting and a pure pleasure to listen to.”

“Press Release Congrats again to the Mistress of the Dark, Judy Shire for being the "top item" in 2014 on our Cable TV Music Series for the much anticipated coming Fall Episodes. And for her Show Host spot on the same network. We couldn't have found a more talented and beautiful person and performer and soon you too can join her on the Late Night Horror shows on Vamp-Shire Theater and get to tune in to see more snippets of Judy's fascinating volume of music and entertainment work..as well as viewing her majesty herself, in person, as host of the programming !! We have just submitted much of the final pre-recorded band and music footage and video portions for the next 13 episodes and that coupled with some live filming which will be included along with interviews of the many cutting edge and super-talented up and coming stars of TODAY!! From established stars to Indies, to the awesome new-comers.. We have it ALL .. and the BEST of the BEST of every music genre!”

“Judy Shire, a singer fiendishly monikered as the Devil's Daughter. The self professed queen of Vamp Rock, Shire's lyrics evoke tales of the a darker accompaniment to humanity, weaving a rich tapestry of Vampires, Witches and black magic (evidenced by the haunting 'Beyond Imagination' above). If you fancy adding a dash of Lucifer to your love this year, look no further than Shire and her blackened romance.”