Nancy DelGiudice
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Nancy DelGiudice

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"Rich Warren"

"...debut recording fuses talent, effort, and love." - Sing Out Magazine

"Christine Hamm"

"DelGiudice's bell-like voice is the perfect compliment to her lyrics." - Concord (NH) Monitor

"Kent Allyn"

"We felt we were in the room with greatness." - Musician on "Home By The Light"


Home By The Light
What? (due out soon)



The daughter of two well-known '60s civil rights activists, DelGiudice's first exposure to music came at civil rights rallies often held in the family's back yard on Long Island. To this day she considers the spirituals sung there - "We Shall Overcome" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" - to be "some of the most beautiful music in the world."

DelGiudice first picked up the guitar at age 7, but her first love was dance, specifically ballet. It was only after spending several years training to be a ballerina that she began listening to contemporary artists such as Bonnie Raitt, and became a serious guitarist and writer ofher own songs.

While living in New Hampshire, DelGiudice fell under the spell of folk music, and as a result of her first CD "Home By The Light" she won a New Folk award at the Kerrville Festival in Texas, as well as at the Telluride Troubador Festival in Colorado. In 1994 she was given a grant by the University of New Hampshire, and in 1995 was selected to be a fellow of the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts. She moved to Asheville in 2004 because of its thriving music and dance scene.

"Home By The Light" came out in 1992, and featured the poignant "Before You Broke My Heart" , which can be heard in the mp3 section of this press kit, and the amazing a capella track "Take Me To Texhoma. "Home By The Light" was one of only 25 debut albums profiled by "Sing Out", a national folk music magazine, 1994.

Del Giudice is currently awaiting the release of her a long overdue second CD to be called simply "What?". which should come out sometime this fall, and will feature tracks such as "White Flag" and "Eyes Wide", the other two mp3 selections available here.