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Aint Nuthin But The Blues
Ain't Nothin' But the Blues
Woman Blue
Woman Blue
Nevada Jukebox
Nevada Jukebox
The Big Sky Mudflaps
The Big Sky Mudflaps
Judy Roderick and the Forbears
Judy Roderick & The Forbears
Judy Roderick and the Forbears - WHEN IM GONE
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Judy in Pictures (Picassa)
   A tour of Judy's musical career in photos.
Judy Roderick on Facebook (Facebook)
   Judy Forderick on Facebook, photos, music and more.
Judy Roderick on YouTube (YouTube)
   Judy Forderick on Facebook, photos, music and more.
Dexter Payne (Web Site)
   From 1976-92 Dexter Payne partnered with singer Judy Roderick. Appeared at Philadelphia Folk Festival, Bottom Line, Great American Music Hall, recorded and appeared with Dr. John, assisted in producing posthumous reissue of Woman Blue(Vanguard). Payne was Judy's longtime companion, caring for Judy until her death in 1992.
Dexter Payne on Facebook (Facebook)
   Dexter Payne on Facebook, photos, music and more.
The Big Sky Mudflaps (Web Site)
   Judy Roderick and Dexter Payne played with Big Sky Mudflaps in from 1973 to 1982. He continues to join the "Flaps" occasionally in Montana.
Washboard Chaz (Web Site)
   Originally from New York, Chaz lived in Boulder, CO from 1975-1997, and played with a wide variety of bands including the legendary Ophelia Swing Band, Prosperity Jazz Band, BBQ Bob & Washboard Chaz, Judy Roderick and the Forebears, and Bleecker St. During this time, Chaz was a two time finalist in KBCO's Boulder songwriting contest.
Quick Links
Three songs by Judy Roderick with pictures on YouTube.
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Judy Roderick's Facebook page was launched in December of 2009.
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A visual tour of Judy Roderick's musical career in photos on Picassa.
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Downbeat Magazine
Sep, 2009
by Frank J. Hadley
   "One of the few outstanding white blues singers, Roderick died way too early at 49 in 1992."
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Illinois Blues
March, 2009
by Belinda Foster
   "Judy was truly one of the same Joplin-Dylan-esk folk-blues magnets that major labels were clamoring for in the 60's"
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Buffalo News
Jan. 2, 2009
by Randy Rodda
   "When I'm Gone is a clear view of an amazing artist who deserves much more recognition. It is fresh and vital."
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It's Here!
   The reissue of Judy Roderick & The Forbears with special guest Mac Rebennack (Dr. John).
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