Judy Street

October 19, 2023

Born into a musical family, Judy Street began singing in clubs while at college, until a member of the audience approached her and said “come with me to LA and i’ll make you a star”

That was an offer too good to refuse and shortly after Judy was in the studio with the legendary HB Barnum and the iconic northern soul song What was born

Here Judy tells us her story from those days and also brings us right up-to-date.


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