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Jude Johnstone

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Jude Johnstone (born in Bar Harbor, Maine) is an American singer-songwriter. Her songs have been covered by a number of artists, including Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Bette Midler, Johnny Cash, and Stevie Nicks. Johnstone wrote the #1 song “The Woman Before Me” on Trisha Yearwood’s debut CD. In 2002, having enjoyed songwriting for some years, Johnstone and longtime manager Bob Burton decided to release her own debut CD “Coming of Age” on BoJak Records. The album received critical acclaim. Since then she has released On a Good Day (2005), Blue Light (2007), Mr. Sun (2008), Quiet Girl (2011).

Johnstone is an acclaimed songwriter with covers by Stevie Nicks (Cry Wolf), Bonnie Raitt (Wounded Heart), Johnny Cash (Unchained), Bette Midler (The Girl is On to You), Trisha Yearwood (Hearts in Armor), Jennifer Warnes (The Nightingale), Emmylou Harris (Hold On), and a Radio & Records #1 song with “The Women Before Me” by Trisha Yearwood. Her 2002 debut CD “Coming of Age” was featured on NPR’s Morning Edition and reached #5 on Amazon’s Best Seller List. Her 2005 release “On a Good Day,” generated impressive media buzz resulting in her national television debut on CBS’s The Morning Show. Jude’s songs “Wounded Heart,” “The Nightingale,” and “In This House,” were featured in episodes of the Lifetime Network’s hit television series “Army Wives.” The independent label BoJak Records was created to release her music

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  • lkusa

    So good. Her songs are produced nicely, and the accompaniment is just right.

    24 Aug 2009 Reply

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