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Julie Grower


Originally from New York State, Julie Grower lives in Nashville, TN. Her contemporary folk, country and rootsy pop songs have earned her two Billboard certificates of achievement. Her debut CD "In A New Light", co-produced by Jon Gordon, who has served as musical director and guitarist for Suzanne Vega and Madonna, receives regular airplay on independent U.S. and European radio. Her song "Save The Drama For Your Mama" was released as a single by the CCMA-nominated group 'The Springs", and her song "Bakersfield", a tribute to the late Buck Owens, is mentioned in the upcoming biography of his life by Eileen Sisk. Julie has performed at The Bitter End, CBGB's Gallery, (NYC), The Kendall Café (Boston), and throughout the northeast and in the UK. In Nashville, Julie appears at such venues as The Bluebird Café, Hotel Indigo, and The Commodore Lounge, and has had the opportunity to share the bill with songwriters Tia Sillers ("I Hope You Dance"); Lisa Carver ("Wake Up Older") and Chris Wallin ("Speed", "I'm Tryin' ) and Walt Aldridge ("Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde"). Julie is represented by Washington Street Music, an independent song plugging and publishing company.

ISWM Top Pick of the Month - " Julie Grower proves that even small changes in vocal tone or minute shifts in the music can excel the songs to brave new heights of glory. Julie Grower makes it look so easy, and makes it sound so good." - Independent Songwriter Web-Magazine

"Julie Grower is a songwriter's songwriter...Grower and co-producer Jon Gordon blend two or three traditions into harmonious and deceptively simple arrangements...on the evidence of this treasure chest of songs, Julie Grower is a songwriter to watch." - Jon Sobel,

"Crisp, melody driven songs. Julie's angelic voice delicately renders snapshots of life and love. ...Grower has a knack for penning tunes that reside comfortably in your ear." - Songwriter's Monthly

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