Julie Meyers
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Julie Meyers


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The best kept secret in music


"Sacramento News and Review Thursday, March 29th"

Julie Meyers
Good Girl Blues

By Matthew Craggs

With a mash-up of rock, pop, blues and folk, the Sammie-nominated songstress Julie Meyers brings another welcome female voice to a still predominantly male local-music scene. And what a voice. Meyers’ girl-next-door appeal may not prepare you for her quick flips from soft and lovely to raw and forceful, but what’s most impressive is that she’s always in control. In “Sunday,” for example, with a simple drum-and-guitar rhythm for support, Meyers sings her way up to what the listener fears might be a breaking point--only then to pull back at the last second. Hearing her dodge a musical implosion is like watching a high diver pull off a skilled maneuver that might just as easily have been a belly flop. You root for her, and it’s all the more satisfying when she succeeds so beautifully.

- News and Review


Good Girl Blues LP - February 2007


Feeling a bit camera shy


Julie Meyers never wanted to be a solo artist. Despite being a singer and songwriter since her early teens, and despite countless performances, sharing the stage with musicians like Sebadoh and Evan Dando (arguably responsible for the singing and the songwriting during aforementioned early teens), Julie has never released a solo album. Instead, she has cut her musical teeth playing guitar, bass and keyboards, singing and writing with various Sacramento acts (Squishthebadman, The Famous Celebrities, The Foreign Cinema, Anton Barbeau, David Houston, The Splints, and a brief but heady stint with The Sores). Working alongside producer Dave Middleton (who played drums for all the songs) and Brian Grupe (who played bass), Good Girl Blues is her first full- length release under her name. Julie will spend most of 2007 touring behind Good Girl Blues regionally and on the East Coast, both with a band and, yes, solo.