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"I have the good fortune to work with a lot of extremely talented musicians in my various musical projects. In live situations you might see me solo, with one or two other musicians, or with a whole band behind me. I'd like to introduce some of the people I perform and record with. To see who I'm playing with on any given night, see my Gig page."

Woody Woodward
: Woody is a veteran working bassist with 30+ years on stage and in the studio. Beyond his extensive work with Julie, Woody has performed and recorded with a long list of artists including The Shaw Brothers, Tommy Makeem, Conspiracy, Triad, Cutts Road, The Fabulous Clams and others. Woody performed in the studio band for the TV series "Songwriters In The Round", backing artists such as Chris Smithers, Noel Paul Stookey, Al Kooper and many others. Woody has performed around the US, Canada, Japan, and Hong Kong.

Bobby Keyes
: Master guitarist, writer, and producer, Bobby Keyes is truly a musician's musician. He's worked in bands with Jerry Lee Lewis, Sleepy LaBeef, Ben E. King, and Martha Reeves to name a bare few, and his studio credits include extensive work in Nashville, Memphis, Muscle Shoals, and most recently Los Angeles. Bobby has written songs and recorded for New Kids on the Block, Tommy Page, Jordan Knight, Robin Thicke, Mya, and others. Bobby now focuses his efforts on his trio Lucky Stereo featuring his masterful guitar playing on stage and in the studio with his two CDs, Lucky Stereo and Lady Luck..

Jim Scoppa
Boston based guitarist Jim Scoppa has been playing in the New England area as a sideman to various singer/songwriters and as a member of various groups for over thirty years. Jim has received Boston Music Awards while with T H and The Wreckage, has worked with Paved Country, Terry Bright, The Merles, Dave Johnston, and at times will be touring with The Rattlesnakes with Tom Hambridge. His influences range from early country to blues, soul, and rock. His recently released recording Under The Influence is the culmination of Jim's inspiration from artists and guitar players who have helped shape his playing style.

Jack O'Soro
: Jack has been an active drummer and percussion player in and around Boston for over 15 years. His extensive resume includes live and studio work with Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau, Brian Maes, Guy Ford, and many others. Current projects include percussion work with the Guy Ford Band and frequent guest appearances with a number of area bands. Jack also performs with vocalist and wife Terri O'Soro.

Taylor Armerding
: was a co-founder of the progressive New England bluegrass band Northern Lights in 1975. He spent the next 28 years as the band's front man, mandolin player, lead singer and chief songwriter. During those years, the band recorded nine albums and toured nationally and internationally, playing occasionally with the late fiddle legend Vassar Clements, bluegrass star Peter Rowan and folk/rock icon Jonathan Edwards. Three of his songs reached the Top Ten on the bluegrass chart, and one was nominated for Song of the Year by the International Bluegrass Music Association. The band won a Boston Music Award for Best Country Artist in 1990. Since 2001 he has fronted the Vermont-based Bluegrass Gospel Project, plays occasionally with his son, singer-songwriter Jake Armerding and with the bluegrass/pop band Barnstar! From 2008-2011 he played mandolin and sang high harmonies in the Jonathan Edwards trio.

Dave Brown
: has been a local legend for years... As a young guitarist, he accompanied Boston-based (now NY based) Ina May Wool for a few years, left for NYC to play in Billy Joel's original band and stayed for 10 years touring world-wide with the 'piano man', also with Paul Simon and for the Simon and Garfunkel's 'Central Park Concert' in the 80's. He now accompanies many local area performers, but also has a few solo CD's of his own music, self-produced and recorded ... he is a player's player, producer, recording engineer and one of the best slide guitar players around ... some of the artists he's played with through the years: Phoebe Snow....Graham Parker...Julian Lennon...Bob James...Karen Carpenter...Steve Winwood...
Dr John...Paul Mcartney

Ken Field
: Boston-based international saxophonist, flautist, and composer Ken Field has performed in the US, Canada, France, Spain, Portugal, and Japan, and has been Composer-in-Residence at the Ucross Foundation (Wyoming), the Fundacíon Valparaíso (Spain), and the Atlantic Center for the Arts (Florida). He is a member of the modern music ensemble Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, and has released several solo CDs of his layered saxophone compositions. His 2003 release Year of the Snake with the Revolutionary Snake Ensemble was included in best-of-year lists in NYC, New Orleans, and Milan. Field has performed for President Bill Clinton and with Peter Wolf and Delfeayo Marsalis. He has been featured on the cover of the Saxophone Journal, and his music is heard regularly on Sesame Street.

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