Julie Eddy is a tried and true 'Yes Girl'. She wears her heart in her lyrics and has made a habit of turning heartbreak and doors closed into fuel for her fire.

Eddy's unique sound takes influence from both the pop and country worlds with hints of folk & bluegrass melodically intertwined. Her songwriting takes listeners behind the curtain and lets them into a world where no topic is off limits. Matching an ultra vulnerable lyric with a catchy melody that's bound to be stuck in your head is Eddy's forte. You will 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 now resides in Nashville, Tennessee and continues to travel, write, and perform. ​ 

Eddy has performed at countless concert venues, fairs, and events including the Sioux Empire Fair in South Dakota multiple years in a row. She recently received an invitation to join the Song Suffragettes, a collective of female songwriters focused on helping female artists be heard in the music industry and made her debut at the legendary Listening Room Cafe in downtown Nashville. Some of Eddy's largest shows involve sharing stages with award-winning artists including John King, Granger Smith, Brett Young, and the Grammy-Award winning duo Dan + Shay.

Eddy finally decided it was time to call Music City her home and relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in the spring of 2021.. Her debut album 'Yes Girl' and her latest singles "Fly Away" and "That Was Then" are available for download + streaming everywhere now with more music set to be released later this year.