Judy Kay "Juice" Newton is an American singer, songwriter and country and pop musician. To date, Newton has received five Grammy nominations in the Best Country and Pop Singer category - one win in 1983 - as well as an ACM award for Best New Female Artist and two Billboard Female artist has album of the year. Other Newton awards include the Audience Award for "Best Female Singer" and "International Number One Artist" by Australian Music Media. Newton has several gold and platinum records for his credit, including Juice, Quiet Lies and his debut album Greatest Hits. During the 1980s, she ranked the top 14 hits on the Billboard Country, AC and Billboard Hot 100 charts, with many hits and six of them numbering. first.
|Birth name||Judy Kay Newton|
|Born||February 18, 1952, Lakehurst, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Genres||Country, pop, rock|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, musician|
|Instruments||Vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion|
|Associated acts||Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, Crystal Gayle, Alabama, Eddie Rabbitt|
She was Billboard's Female Album Artist of the Year for two years in a row and is best known for the 1980s #1 singles "Hurt" and "You Make Me Want to Make You Mine.".
In 1975, she signed her first recording deal with RCA Victor. She was a member of the bands Juice Newton and Silver Spur before going solo.
In 1981, she achieved commercial success with the platinum-certified, number-four album Juice.
In 1985, she married Tom Goodspeed.
With Eddie Rabbit, she had a hit track in 1986 called "Both to Each Other (Friends and Others).".
Former student of Foothill College. Country musicians from New Jersey. Country musicians from Virginia. Singer from Virginia. Musician from New Jersey. Singer from New Jersey. RCA Records artists. American country music singer TM_VZ! Capitol Records artists