As part of the Pop Legends Live concert series, Judy Collins takes to the stage to perform many of her greatest hits and other favorites. You'll hear the stories behind the songs and enjoy the rich musical landscape of a truly gifted performer.
With a legendary career that has spanned more than 40 years, Judy Collin's is considered one of the major influential folksingers of our time. She released her first album in 1961, at the tender age of 22 which set the tone for what would become her trademark signature style, showcasing her sweet soprano voice backed by her trusty acoustic guitar. Her first gold record was 1967's "Wildflowers," which featured her hit cover version of "Both Sides Now" by Joni Mitchell. In 1975, Judy Collins received a Grammy nomination for 'Song of the Year' for her version of "Send In The Clowns." Her storied career would go on to include 5 more gold records. She continues to delight audiences throughout the world with her distinctive blend of interpretive folk tunes that speak to the heart, as well as the soul.
15 tracks including "Chelsea Morning," "Both Sides Now," "Leaving On A Jet Plane / Country Roads" and "Turn Turn Turn."
Having emerged in the 1960s as a singer-songwriter of some repute, Judy Collins's subsequent career saw her win numerous awards and garner countless fans as people warmed to her subtle, folk-tinged songs. Her prowess in the live arena is second to none, so it's highly appropriate that this release in the POP LEGENDS LIVE series should feature Judy's inimitable skills. Among the songs performed are "Both Sides Now," "Send in the Clowns," and many others.
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