The Practical Guitarist

Women in Music - Judy Rodman (part two of two)

November 17, 2017

We open this podcast with Judy's acceptance of the ACM (Academy of Country Music) New Female Vocalist award from 1986:

We are honored to bring you this interview and we will work diligently to bring you more interviews like these. In this podcast, Judy explains why Johnny Cash wore his guitar in the studio even though it did not have strings. She talks about vocal techniques to preserve our voices as guitarist and to improve our ears, thus improving our playing. We talk about vocal health, studio vs road musicians, what it takes to be successful as a musician, and how to find joy when fame has come and gone. We even told her about Lemmy Kilmeister, to which she said, "Who?" A few laughs there.

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