I am thrilled to share the music video for my song “I’ve Never Been To Texas”! Read the full article/interview and watch the premiere of my video at Classicalite!
“Lady Gaga’s meat dress. Justin Bieber’s crotch-grabbing. The twerking of Miley Cyrus.
Something happened to the music scene in the late-Aughts, and since then, popular music has devolved into a who’s whom of meaningless lyrics, auto-tuned voices and truly lame beats.
Audiences have become more engaged with the over-the-top antics of celebrities–rather than the works they are creating–occasionally causing true artists to slip through the cracks.
This is the only reason I can think of that Judith Owen isn’t more of a household name. And there’s something terribly depressing about that.
While it would be easy to compare Owen to the number of powerful singer-songwriters that emerged during the 1970s, that wouldn’t really give her the credit she is due.
With a powerful voice and thoughtful lyrics, it’s no wonder why the British-born artist is often compared to Joni Mitchell.
Of course, Judith Owen is more than any one allusion.
She’s a distinct entity all her own, one whose music delves into the complexity of pain and loss, transforming both into something simple: hope.”
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