Judy And Friends Photo Album #1
Judy has recorded three albums with The Jordanaires. They have been on three #1 Songs with her. "The Hardest Time Of All", "The King And I", "Your Love".
Two different albums that they have recorded with Judy has made the GRAMMY Nomination Entry List. "Judy DeRamus With The Jordanaires" and "His Kind Of Love."
The Jordanaires have been on more Top Ten songs than anyone in music history. Country Music Weekly reports that they have been on 26 billion records sold. They were the music behind Elvis Presley until 1970. They are heard on 28 of Elvis' movies.
When you start naming names, don't forget all of Patsy Cline's hits. Others like Ricky Nelson, Marty Robbins, Kenny Rogers etc....
Below is a letter from Gordon Stoker of The Jordanaires:
To Whom It May Concern:
The Jordanaires have recorded with many fine artist over the years, and have witnessed many wonderfully talented people. Judy DeRamus is one of those fine talents and we enjoy recording with her.
Judy has a smooth vocalist style that separates her from others and you can feel it when she sings.
We recommend her music to everyone.
"Judy With The Jordanaires"
Ray Walker, Gordon Stoker, Judy, Neal Matthews, Duane West
David Frizzell not only is brother to the famed Lefty Frizzell, but David had a smash hit with Shelly West, "You're The Reason God Made Oklahoma."
Judy and David Frizzell
Bill Gaither is said to be "The Godfather of Gospel Music." No one has done more to place Gospel music in the homes of Americans than Gaither. He sells millions of dollars of videos featuring some of the "Greats in Gospel."
Judy & Bill Gaither
Donna Fargo was part of Judy's #1 celebration at the SESAC building on 16th Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. Donna Fargo is a dedicated Christian and has a wonderful testimony of God's healing power. Donna had several major country hits back in the 70's with song such as, "I'm The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A." and "Funny Face."
Judy & Donna Fargo
Andre Crouch is considered a pioneer in establishing the contempory sound in Gospel music. Andre as well as his group The Disciples, were inducteed into Gospel Music's Hall of Fame in 1998.
Judy & Andre Crouch
Steve White and Judy appeared in Robert Duvall's movie, "The Apostle." The movie was named "Apostle E.F." and then changed before the national release to "The Apostle." It was a top five movie. Robert Duvall attended a concert in Sulphur, Lousiana where both Judy and Steve were performing. Both appeared in the tent revival scene.
Steve White, Judy and Robert Duvall
Jody Miller is a wonderful Gospel singer with extreme talent. Jody was not always a Gospel singer however. She won a GRAMMY for the Roger Miller tune that was an answer to "King Of The Road", entitled, "Queen Of The House."
Jody and Judy