“Judith Owen’s life is about to turn full circle with a tour that she says will feel like a homecoming.
The Welsh singer-songwriter, who was born in London and now lives in America, is bringing the 1970s troubadour music that she was brought up on to the UK – and making Birmingham her first stop.
Influenced by the likes of Carole King, James Taylor and Joni Mitchell, the songstress the New York Times has described as “a funny and fearless performer”, will be at the Glee Club next month performing songs from her new album, Ebb and Flow, supported by three musicians that helped create their sound.
Bassist Leland Sklar, guitarist Waddy Wachtel and drummer Russ Kunkel – Judith calls them “her band” – performed with many of the great 60s and 70s singers from the Laurel Canyon era.”
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