Singer, Actress, Composer
Judith Marjorie "Judy" Collins (born May 1, 1939) is an American singer and songwriter known for her eclectic tastes in the material she records (which has included folk, show tunes, pop, rock and roll and standards) and for her social activism. Wikipedia
Born: 1st May, 1939, Seattle, Washington, USA
Height: Height Unknown
Claim to Fame: Folk Singer
A Maid of Constant Sorrow is a 1961 album, the debut of Judy Collins, released by Elektra Records and featuring traditional folk songs. Collins' voice and guitar are sparsely accompanied by Fred Hellerman and Walter Raim on second guitar, Erik Darling on banjo, and Bill Lee on bass. The title song is a variant of "Man of Constant Sorrow"; the original song appeared on Bob Dylan's debut album that came out the following year. The selections range from the Scottish anthem Wild Mountain Thyme to the Irish standards Bold Fenian Men and The Prickilie Bush. The album also includes more obscure numbers such as Tim Evans, Wars of Germany and John Riley.
She is the subject of the famous song "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", written by Stephen Stills and performed by Crosby Stills Nash & Young.
Her only child, a son, died tragically.
Living the dream. One mistake at a time.
A comedy about the experiences of a group of girls in their early 20s.
I may like the Blizzard best, of all the songs I have written.
I am thrilled to have been able to put together this new album. I listened to everything I had recorded in the 24 years with Elektra, and then just took all the ones I am mad about.