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Julianne Redhill, photo by Michael Hacala


With a sultry voice that captivates from the first note, Julianne is a dynamic singer-songwriter paving her own musical road with her first solo CD, “It Ain’t Over.” Julianne’s vocals and songwriting equally shine on the CD, which has lead to her first music video for the song “No Place For A Lullabye” directed by Stephen Clark from WXYZ-TV in Detroit.
Nominated three years running as Outstanding Country Vocalist for the Detroit Music Awards, Julianne’s songwriting has been recognized with a 2009 DMA nomination for Outstanding Country Songwriter and by taking one of the top honors in the 2008 Great Lakes Songwriting Contest for her song “Whiskey on my Breath.” A captivating performer and audience favorite, Julianne has opened for John Michael Montgomery at the DTE Music Theatre in Detroit, Victoria Banks at the famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, as well as Whitney Duncan, Phil Vassar, and the McClymonts.

During her five years as the lead singer of the Detroit country group REDHILL, Julianne helped the group garner numerous Detroit Music Award nominations, including the group winning the 2007 DMA for Outstanding Country Recording. Also during that time, Julianne performed live on several television & radio shows and shared the concert stage with over 50 national artists including Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood, Gretchen Wilson, Charlie Daniels, Clay Walker, Kelly Pickler, Eric Church, Rodney Akens, Joe Diffie, and Billy Ray Cyrus.

"A red hot singer and stage presence to burn down the house" - Brian Harper, WSAQ-FM, WYCD-FM, Detroit

Growing up on a large cattle farm and riding her horses in the rural thumb area of Michigan, Julianne was raised on country music. She would often ride in the tractors along side her father when he worked the huge fields...and the radio was always on. "There was always music in our lives. Dad would come home after a long day and one of the first things he did was spend 10 minutes taking the day’s frustrations out at the piano. I loved those moments listening to him play." Around age three, Julianne decided to teach herself how to play the piano, and anyone that knew her growing up would often hear her singing wherever she went.

She's a true American farmer’s daughter, granddaughter, and great granddaughter who loves to perform, sing, and write songs. With names like Tubbs, Babcock, and Tremble in the family, it's no wonder country music is in her blood!

Julianne has been a proud endorser of Luna Guitars for over two years, and she was a featured artist on a 2008 retail store poster distributed by the company to dealers world-wide. Julianne has also performed the national anthem for numerous sporting teams, including the Detroit Red Wings and the Detroit Tigers, and she is currently in her eighth season as the anthem "Voice of the Icehawks" for the Port Huron, Michigan IHL hockey team.

photo by Michael Hacala

"Julianne's songs are so honest and heartfelt, they hit the listener like a sucker-punch directly to the soul. She pleads her case in a strong and vibrant voice, wringing every nuance from her lyrics. A stand-up gal and an emotionally committed writer/performer indeed!" - Nolan Mendenhall, Producer

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