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The Groovy Judy Band
The Groovy Judy Band
Love-Infused Rock Grooves – The Groovy Judy Band: guitarist, vocalist, & songwriter
The Groovy Judy Band returns to Mac’s at 19 Broadway.
*Saturday, January 21, 9:00 pm — Midnight
Love-Infused Rock Grooves
Groovy Judy Long
Whether she is rocking the stage at some of San Francisco’s longest-running and most popular events or entertaining crowds at the legendary Great American Music Hall, guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Groovy Judy has become one of the Bay Area’s most recognizable musicians. Inspired by the likes of Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles, Groovy Judy’s classic riffs and warm personality have endeared her to fans everywhere.
Judy has released three full-length albums over her twenty–year music career. Her self-titled debut album dropped in 2000 but was re-released in 2004 with added content and a remastering of the original music.
Judy’s second album, Life, released in 2006, was recorded at some of California’s most popular studios, including Prairie Sun Studio and Studio D. Prairie Sun Studio has won multiple Grammy Awards and has collaborated with major artists such as Carlos Santana, Van Morrison and Journey. Also, a Grammy Award winner, Studio D has a history of working with well-known acts like Aretha Franklin, Earth Wind & Fire and Huey Lewis & The News. Life was produced by long-time singer, songwriter and composer Roberta Donnay.
The third album, entitled Love, was recorded at GetReel Studios in San Francisco and was self-produced by Judy. The three albums, as well as her 2011 EP A Little Love, are currently available for streaming and purchase on all major digital distribution platforms, including Spotify, iTunes and Amazon. Physical copies can be purchased at Judy’s live shows as well as her official website, GroovyJudy.com.
She has logged performances at the legendary Great American Music Hall, which has hosted entertainers ranging from Grateful Dead founder Jerry Garcia to comedian Robin Williams. She has also graced stages at the Mountain View Art and Wine Festival and the Lafayette Art and Wine Festival.
In addition to the traditional venue and festival circuit, Groovy Judy has become a popular and consistent musical presence at the annual Bay to Breakers footrace. The event, founded to lift San Francisco’s spirits in the aftermath of the 1906 earthquake, is currently the second-largest running event in the world in terms of participation with nearly 50,000 people taking part annually.
19 Broadway, Fairfax, CA 94930