Judy Sings the Blues | Born a Sinner

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Born a Sinner

by Judy Sings the Blues

We are a contemporary funky, soulful Blues Band.
Genre: Blues: Funky Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Name Ain't Baby
3:13 $1.49
2. Until That Suckers Dead
3:29 $1.49
3. Fever
4:34 $1.49
4. I Like the Way
3:17 $1.49
5. Born a Sinner
4:05 $1.49
6. Tricks
5:29 $1.49
7. Help Me
3:50 $1.49
8. Dirty Girl
3:18 $1.49
9. He Loves Me He Loves Me Not
4:54 $1.49
10. Sinners Prayer
3:51 $1.49
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Album Notes
Judy Sings the Blues is a four piece Blues band from Delaware playing contemporary, funky, soulful Blues. With a combination of decades of experience between all the members, they have proven to be a force in the local music scene spreading out to the regional scene. After hearing Judy Mangini, lead vocals, peoples descriptions have been, "Powerhouse vocals!!" "What Chops!!" "What Pipes!!" "WOW"!! She has been compared to Ann Wilson (Heart), Janis Joplin and more. Eric Zoeckler, lead guitar player/vocals, grew up in the Washington D.C. music scene of the 80s learning his chops from area legends including Danny Gatton, Billy Hancock and Robert Gordon. He formed June Evans & Mercy City in the early 90 and more recently Eric played with Delaware Blues Hall of Famer Gretchen Emery. James Sudimak, drummer, has been playing drums since age 11. He attended The New School For Jazz & Contemporary Music in New York City from 2011 to 2013 and is emerging in the local music and community theater scene. Carl Thompson, bass player, is affectionately known as "Smiley" to those that know him and see him on stage. He has been playing in area bands for over forty years and you can tell he loves what he does!! Playing the blues is not just playing music. It is a feeling from deep within your soul capturing the moments in life that make you or break you and telling a story people can relate to. Sharing your emotions with complete strangers and knowing they relate.....they've been there too....That is what we do. That is who we are.



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