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With enough energy to blow the roof off any bar on Broadway, Julie Eddy is bound to leave an impression on anyone who sees her perform. As a full-time artist and songwriter, she has made a name for herself by wearing her heart in her lyrics and pairing them with melodies that stand the test of time. After hearing Eddy's unique sound, influenced by both the rock and country worlds, you will quickly learn that no topic is off limits and find nods to her life and the lives of her loved ones in every song she pens.

Julie started performing at an early age and spent most of her teen years singing for anyone who would listen. Born and raised in a small town in South Dakota, she played for bars, restaurants, weddings, and events in her hometown before landing a shot on bigger stages. Eddy's largest shows to date involve opening for award-winning artists including Justin Moore, Granger Smith, Morgan Evans, Brett Young, Travis Denning, Sam Hunt, Niko Moon, Corey Kent, Billy Currington, Parker McCollum, Warren Eiders, Chase Matthew, Josh Turner, Terri Clark, Phil Vassar, Gary Allan, and Grammy-Award winning duo Dan + Shay.

Eddy made the permanent move to Music City in the spring of 2021 and hasn't slowed down since. She plays several shows a week at various widely known venues in Nashville such as The Basement, Analog at the Hutton Hotel, The Listening Room Cafe, The Local, Tin Roof, 3rd & Lindsley, and several of the most sought-after bars on Broadway.


Eddy's love for songwriting has not waivered in her pursuit of her artist career. Much of her time in 2021 & 2022 was spent writing & cultivating her sound alongside the sounds of many of the artists she works with.  Songs she helped write for artists like Rachel LaRen & Brooke Lynn have not only accumulated millions of streams, but also been featured on FOX's "Call Me Kat", as well as gaining airplay on radio stations across the country.


There's no sign of Eddy slowing down any time soon. She has kept the momentum full-speed ahead when it comes to her own music, releasing two projects in 2023 (“Southbound" &  “The Black Boot Sessions”). Eddy's latest single "Goodyears Goodbye" was released in October 2023 and is

available on all streaming platforms now.



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