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  • Judy Lunn

    This show was on Oct 17th, 2015 | 48 people watched
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    • Oct 18
      What was your favorite part of the performance? Judy's singing
    • Oct 18
      Judy's voice is so easy on the ears. She takes me to a simpler time in my life.
    • Oct 18
      Judy's voice is so easy on the ears. She takes me to a simpler time in my life. Just an eclectic mix...made it fun.
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  • Judy Lunn

    This show was on Oct 17th, 2015 | 5 people watched
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    • Oct 17
      Can't wait till your show begins! Love, Barbara
    • Oct 17
      I love your path to your more authentic self. Am so happy for you. And proud of you. And so thankful to know you and have you in my life. Thanks so much,
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DM Full Haus Concert Series Presents

An Evening with Judy Lunn, Cat McGee and Mandy Rowden

Judy Lunn

“I’m on the path now to my more authentic self. I don’t’ know what the... more

DM Full Haus Concert Series Presents

An Evening with Judy Lunn, Cat McGee and Mandy Rowden

Judy Lunn

“I’m on the path now to my more authentic self. I don’t’ know what the future has in store for me…all I know is that I want to be true to my personal mission of sharing the gift I’ve been given to entertain, educate and inspire through music.

Judy Lunn has often been told that she looks like Ellen DeGeneres, sounds like Anne Murray and embodies the spirit of John Denver in her music and a life dedicated to service. This songbird from Pennsylvania moved to "The Live Music Capital" in December, 2009 and has performed at private functions and charity events across the country since 1979. She learned acoustic finger-style guitar to play the beautiful ballads of John Denver and credits Anne Murray for being a role model and “virtual” vocal coach. Her current mentors include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathey Mattea, Trisha Yearwood, Joan Baez, Cheryl Wheeler, and Terri Hendrix.

In 2005 Judy recorded the first female tribute to her musical hero, John Denver, called “Songs That Speak To Me” in Nashville with his band, including Pete Huttlinger, Chris Nole and Jim Horn. The album can be purchased and downloaded from iTunes, Amazon.com and CDnaby.com. Here are a couple reviews from the album:

"As you can imagine, I have heard many tributes to John in various forms and I must say that yours is as good as it gets. You have a nice expressive voice that, when combined with some great sidemen and production, gave me a fresh perspective on some songs that I have heard many times. - Mike Taylor - Guitarist - Songwriter - “Rocky Mountain High"

"I have been listening over and over again to your magnificent music. Your voice is absolutely exquisite and crystal clear, just as I imagine the air in the Rocky Mountains. The recording is gorgeous, and the choices of music, arrangements, and the order of presentation could not be more perfect. Wherever John is in the Universe, he has to be so utterly proud of you, as I am.” - Barbara McClure - Publisher, The Desert Woman

Visit Judy here: www.judylunn.com


Cat McGee

“I was wondering – if you can be disgruntled, can you be gruntled? Yes, you can. And I hope you are. Definition of GRUNTLE: to put in a good humor.” – Cat

“Cat McGee, a singer-songwriter hailing from Dallas, Texas, has a spirited voice and "a mean right hand" in the words of Lloyd Maines. She has been compared to Joan Armatrading, Joni Mitchell, and the Indigo Girls. Cat has been creating music since she was a wee lass. Being the tallest kid in the third grade, she was recruited to play bass for the school orchestra. She found a home for her musical instincts in the children's choir at church and playing alto sax and bagpipes in the high school band, but nothing surpassed her passion for songwriting and playing guitar which she took to in her Tweens. Now working on recording her first album, Cat McGee delights in every opportunity to perform and captures the audience's attention with compelling lyrics and vocals. Cat also has fun with her songs, sneaking in wordplay and wit.

Visit Cat here: http://www.catmcgee.com/' target='_blank'> http://www.catmcgee.com/

Mandy Rowden

“Like most chick songwriters, I’ve been guilty of writing heavily about my thoughts and feelings on relationships and my response is, ‘Screw it, it’s what I’m feeling, so it’s what I’ll write!’ –Mandy

Though Mandy Rowden started playing violin at 6 and piano at 7, she didn’t discover her songwriting talents until she was 21—a few years after she finally unlocked a long-forbidden door to rock ‘n’ roll and had a chance to explore its oh-so-delicious temptations. Rowden picked

up a guitar in high school, and was introduced to Americana while studying English and Film at Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State). That led her to, as she puts it, “quit the classical scene,” and find her own voice. And what a voice it is, both lyrically and literally.

Rowden possesses gorgeously nuanced vocals, which she wraps easily around verses baring emotions at once intensely personal and fully relatable. She’s tall, too. And she’s given up trying to pretend she’s not. In fact, Rowden isn’t the kind of person who’s likely to pretend about much — not with a “day job” that involves teaching women to become confident performers in six weeks. You see, Rowden is the founder of Girl Guitar, which offers musical workshops for women. Seven years after Rowden launched it, Girl Guitar conducts about 22 sessions a week, including songwriting, and students report having the time of their lives.

Visit Mandy here: http://www.mandyrowden.com/' target='_blank'> http://www.mandyrowden.com/ girlguitaraustin.com

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