Julia King has always known that music was the most important thing in her life. As a child she felt comradeship with the lyrics of prolific songwriters like Smokey Robinson and Van Morrison. She would loose herself in the music and let it transport her into a world where it felt everyone understood her. Lyrics and melody became a huge part of how she would cope with life's endless ups and down. "No one wants to listen to you cry, but they will listen to you sing about it. And if you're any good you wont be the only one crying in the end." says King, and that's just what she set out to do. "Not just to make people cry!" she laughs, but to make people feel her music. "If I write about it, its coming from a place of knowledge and understanding, I've been though it basically, so you don't have to feel alone." To Miss King listening to music has always been a way to not feel alone, her therapy, to know someone else out there gets it. So naturally, her music is relatable to anyone who cares to listen. And listen you will, and be captivated by her soulful and earthy vocals that invoke a feeling of times gone by and lyrics that can stand the test of time. Her musical style spans genres but hovers around Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues, and Folk/Americana.