Julie Roberts


“She looks like Faith Hill and sounds like Bonnie Raitt, which makes for a winning combination for Julie Rob- erts.” – People Magazine

With her deep, blues-soaked voice that poignantly captures the pain of the wronged and forgotten, Julie Roberts quickly became a favorite of fans and fickle music critics alike.

Entertainment Weekly awarded her self-titled debut al- bum an ‘A,’ calling it “one of the most auspicious debuts in years.” The New York Times said Roberts’ 2004 aching and resolute hit, “Break Down Here,” was “one of the year’s best country ballads.”

Spotting her talent early, CMT selected Roberts to be the first artist ever to appear “In the Moment,” the music net- work’s hour-long documentary on the making of a star.

Clinique also realized Julie’s massive appeal and signed her to a one-year deal where she was featured in the cam- paign for the fragrance Happy. Julie recorded a version of singer-songwriter Ne-Yo’s “Just Be Happy,” which was used in radio spots for the fragrance.

With her debut CD and its acclaimed follow-up, “Men and Mascara,” Roberts was country music’s Cinderella, a stun- ning blonde from Lancaster, S.C., who stole everyone’s heart with her honest music, cover-girl looks, exuberant personality and irresistible laughter.

After spending time developing a screenplay based on her life with the writer of the award winning movie Coal Miner’s Daughter, the story of one of Julie’s inspirations, Loretta Lynn; she returned to Nashville to record new music. She soon overcame one of the greatest obstacles

of her life — the devastating 2010 flood in Nashville, which left her without a home.

Now recovered and stronger than ever, she has re- leased new music with “Alive,” which The Washington Post described as, “an album in which she traffics in familiar heartbreak but delivers her lyrics with a little more fire in her lungs. The music is striking.”

“Country music’s newest goddess… one note of Julie Roberts’ deep soulful voice dripping in your ears is all it takes to prove she’s a very different type of talent.” – Maxim Magazine 


• Released three full-length albums and a Christmas EP, having sold over 1 million records to date

• A critics darling for all of her musical releases including features in Rolling Stone, New York Times, USA Today, Country Weekly, Vanity Fair and Glamour

• Opened shows for Rascal Flatts, Reba McEntire, Alan Jackson, Keith Urban as well as headlining her own shows

• Performed on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno three times

• Performed on Good Morning America four times

• Recorded the Good Morning America theme song “Good To Go” and filmed commercial with the GMA cast. ABC used the song & com- mercial for two years.

• Performed/recorded a campaign theme song for Clinique Happy perfume alongside Rihanna

• Nominated twice by the Academy of Country Music for Top New Female Artist
• Nominated by the Country Music Association for the Horizon Award for top new artist

• Nominated at the Country Music Television (CMT) Awards for Breakthrough Artist of the Year

• Has performed at the opening ceremonies for the CMA Music Fes- tival at LP Field with a performance of the National Anthem, hav- ing also performed the National Anthem at various sporting events including NASCAR Races, NFL football games, NBA games and other special events

• Has been sponsored by and featured in advertisements for Fuze, Lens Crafters and Red Baron. She also works with Cache’, MAC Cosmetics and Rodan & Fields

• Was the subject of CMT’s first ever reality special called “In The Moment”

• Wrote and recorded a theme song, “Sweet Carolina,” for the Caro- lina Promise Campaign for the University of South Carolina

• Has begun work on a documentary movie with acclaimed script writer, Tom Rickman (Coal Miner’s Daughter)

• Performed for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

• Very active in raising awareness and funding for both St. Jude and National MS Society

• Was a celebrity contestant on Wheel of Fortune and won $150,000 for St. Jude