Julie's Journey

Julie's early musical journey took her from her small, Long Island hometown of Manhasset, NY to the college town of New Paltz, NY, where she joined several music ventures including country band "Mustang", the accapella group "Woven Tones" and pursued a solo career as a vocalist.  There she participated in a musical fundraising and awareness campaign to stop pristine Lake Minnewaska from being developed by a major hotel chain. This project called "Save The Mountain" succeeded in creating a state park preserve at the site.  She returned to NYC and focused her attention on songwriting, working with "Songs of Love", an organization that delivers personalized songs to ailing children .  Julie is now based in Nashville, TN.  She has released two full-length albums, "In a New Light" produced by Jon Gordon and "Lucky 7", which included "Hometown Hallelujah".  The song, originally written to celebrate the resilience and cooperative spirit of the people of Nashville, TN in the wake of catastrophic flooding, is the theme song of the new Apple Podcast, the Voice of Free Earth, based on the novel by Michael Klein.  Julie is currently working on a song-driven documentary short film titled "Who Speaks For Earth" highlighting endangered species around the world.