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Judy Nazemetz

Location: AMERICA NORTH: USA: California (CA)

Genre: AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk

Influences: Patsy Cline, The Beastie Boys, The Andrews Sisters, Peggy Lee, Tom Waits, Doris Day, T Bone Burnett, The Soggy Bottom Boys, Allison Krauss, Weird Al Yankovic, Frankie Yankovic, Joni Mitchell, 311, Bob Marley, Beach Boys, The Chieftains

"I'm Lost" - NEW single from Judy Nazemetz, released February 2019
 
Judy is known for her comedy songs from her albums VARIETY PAK and BALANCING ACT. kora is Judy's daughter. Together, Judy and kora wrote I'm Lost as a testament to the confusion, anger, and frustration they feel due to the current political climate. The song began as Phil Ward's 'Now See Hear' art, photo, and songwriting challenge at FAR-West.
Some of the (released) "Now See Hear" songs can be found here.
 


Balancing Act - Released to Radio and Worldwide on October 11th, 2017!
 
Balancing Act 
1.The Way Back
2. Which Cup?
3. A Song For Mary
4. He Said My Name Right
5. Behind That Locked Door
6. Santa Can'tcha
7. Three Sticks of Butter
8. Clothes on the Line
9. Miami Underwater
10. My Daily Regimen
11. Altars
12. The F Word
 
"Balancing Act" is currently being radio promoted, in the US, by Bill Wence Promotions.
 
What People (Well, ONE person) has to say about Judy Nazemetz and Balancing Act
In the last few years, Judy has been known as a crackerjack actor, comedy writer, and comic improvisor. Occasionally she would surprise us all with an original song with funny lyrics and a tune you couldn't get out of your head. She's put twleve of her best songs on this CD and it is a revelation. So terrific, so witty, so bright.  From a college reunion song, "The Way Back" through the wistful "A Song for Mary" to the romatic, comedic, "He Said My Name Right."  She makes the picture of "Miami Underwater" almost feel like fun and ends with a song which  explains the proper time and use of "The F Word." Along the way she sings about "My Daily Regimen" which we call can relate to. 
With this CD, Judy adds songwriter and first class musician to her credits.  Enjoy, and I can't wait to see what's on her next CD. 
-Fred Willard, Fan, Emmy Award Winner actor, comedy improvisor, and all- around great guy.
 
BEHIND THAT LOCKED DOOR 
My mom used to make fun of me for befriending everyone. She’d say, “Oh, Judy, there you go again, talking to strangers. Making friends with everyone. Why do you do that?” Maybe it’s because I’ve traveled. I’ve ventured out from the 2-1/2 sq. mile municipality I grew up in to find that we are the same, everywhere. We might look different, dress different, speak different, believe different things. But, really, we’re all the same. I used to tell my mom “Mom, you gotta get out more.” I believe that, once you get out beyond your comfort zone, you discover that everyone’s the same; no one is better than anyone else. With the current climate of racism, sexism, discrimination, name-calling and violence, I think it’s important to put out this song to let you know how I feel.

Judy started singing at a young age while swinging on her backyard swings -- much to the annoyance of the neighbors. And, when she was in the 3rd grade, Judy was the only one in her class to not back out of the classroom talent show. She came in second.

Judy's sung in musicals, on commercials, on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (with and without Jim Carrey), with Fred Willard, Marty Stuart and for the legendary Mike Stoller when she sang the lead in the Broadway workshops of his show "The People in the Picture." But, Judy's talents truly burst forth when she entered the world of improvisation and discovered she could instantly make up songs in various genres from audience suggestions.
 
One day, years later, Judy found a blank notebook and a No. 2 pencil that was actually sharp. She started writing down her songs and "Variety Pak" was born.
 
Influenced by so many different artists and styles, as well as her life in the comedic world, Judy decided to cook up something using her mother’s recipe – “a little o’ dis a little o’ dat.” And, dat…uh, that’s why her record has so many different genres, from country to metal to Beach Boys to Patsy Cline to bluegrass to Frankie Yankovic to punk rock to the Andrews sisters.
 
Enjoy the smorgasbord of comedy and song: "Songs in the Key of Fun!"
 
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A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CHRISTMAS CAROL 
Judy’s ode to Christmas in SoCal. Having grown up on the East Coast, Judy was used to Christmas where it snowed and people wore parkas and went sledding and ice skating. Not so in SoCal. When Judy moved to Los Angeles, she saw that the bermuda shorts-wearing southern Californians celebrated the holiday quite differently than she was used to, and this SoCal Xmas culture is what Judy captures in her Beach Boys-inspired Christmas carol.
 
SANTA CAN’TCHA
People sing about Christmas and Santa, Rudolph, children, and the snow. “Where’s Mrs. Claus, in all these?” Judy wondered. Here’s Judy’s answer, done in a Diana Krall-esque jazz piano style.
I'm Lost
I'm Lost
Genre(s): Pop, R&B, Contemporary
The Way Back (Balancing Act)
The Way Back (Balancing Act)
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
Which Cup? (Balancing Act)
Which Cup? (Balancing Act)
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​A Song For Mary (Balancing Act)​
​A Song For Mary (Balancing Act)​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​He Said My Name Right​ (Balancing Act)​
​He Said My Name Right​ (Balancing Act)​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
Behind That Locked Door (Balancing Act)
Behind That Locked Door (Balancing Act)
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​Santa Can'tcha​ (Balancing Act)​​
​Santa Can'tcha​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): Christmas - Jazz Swing
​Three Sticks of Butter​ (Balancing Act)
​Three Sticks of Butter​ (Balancing Act)
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​Clothes on the Line​ (Balancing Act)​​
​Clothes on the Line​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​Miami Underwater​ (Balancing Act)​​
​Miami Underwater​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​My Daily Regimen​ (Balancing Act)​​
​My Daily Regimen​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​Altars​ (Balancing Act)​​
​Altars​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
​The F Word​ (Balancing Act)​​
​The F Word​ (Balancing Act)​​
Genre(s): AAA - Roots - Americana - Folk
My Own Personal Formula 409 (Variety Pak)
My Own Personal Formula 409 (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Country
PTA Mom (Variety Pak)
PTA Mom (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Rap
The Hamster Didn't Die Today (Variety Pak)
The Hamster Didn't Die Today (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Swing
I’m Old (Amy's Song) (Variety Pak)
I’m Old (Amy's Song) (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Blues
We Got No Love Today (Variety Pak)
We Got No Love Today (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Bluegrass
The Passaic Kielbasy Polka (The Nazemetz Family Polka) (Variety Pak)
The Passaic Kielbasy Polka (The Nazemetz Family Polka) (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Polka
What're We Gonna Do About Judy Wyner? (Variety Pak)
What're We Gonna Do About Judy Wyner? (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Folk
Road Song (Variety Pak)
Road Song (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Blues
Wifi Wife (Variety Pak)
Wifi Wife (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Metal
Yesterday I Was So Tired (Variety Pak)
Yesterday I Was So Tired (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Folk
Oh Momma, Da Basketball (Variety Pak)
Oh Momma, Da Basketball (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Reggae
A Southern California Christmas Carol (Variety Pak)
A Southern California Christmas Carol (Variety Pak)
Genre(s): Christmas - Pop
 
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