Attention vinyl collectors – Judy Garland is returning to vinyl! UME (Universal Music Enterprises) is partnering with Hits Magazine to release new, limited edition, vinyl-only re-releases of these classic Capitol Records LPs: “Miss Show Business” — new liner notes by Lorna Luft (2015 is the 60th anniversary of this album) “Judy At Carnegie Hall” … Continue reading
Interview with Stevie Phillips – Author of “Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me…: A Memoir”
Stevie Phillips‘ new book, Judy & Liza & Robert & Freddie & David & Sue & Me…: A Memoir has caused quite a stir in Garfandom and become somewhat controversial. Here at The Judy Room and Judy Garland News & Events, we like to hear from everyone, including those who’s opinions or viewpoints might not be … Continue reading
The track listing and cover art for the upcoming release (Fall 2015) of Judy Garland: The Best of Lost Tracks 1929-1959 has been announced. NOTE: FOUR brand-new-to-CD tracks have been added, along with the newly remastered “best of” tracks that are featured. John Haley, the expert audio engineer who gloriously restored and remastered the tracks in … Continue reading
The summer edition of “Garlands for Judy” is now available. 77 pages in all! Click on the image above to download the print-ready version. CLICK HERE to download the web-friendly version (smaller file size). Or, browse through the pages ONLINE HERE (no downloading required). Enjoy!
Saturday, June 10, 1922 – Judy Garland was born Frances Ethel Gumm in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, delivered by Dr. H.E. Binet of Grand Rapids, at the Itasca Hospital, weighing in at 7 pounds. Judy was the youngest of three children born to Francis “Frank” Avent Gumm and Ethel marion (nee Milne) Gumm. She was … Continue reading
Due to the huge success of the 4-CD set “Judy Garland – Lost Tracks 1929-1959,” JSP Records is set to release a “Best of” single CD compilation, which will include four Judy Garland performances new to CD! Read the press release below. Check out The Judy Garland Online Discography’s “Lost Tracks” page for complete details about the … Continue reading
CHAPTER FOUR THE JUDY LIST – PART TWO NOTE: All quotes and transcripts from The Judy List have been copied verbatim from the List archives, as made available for download on The Judy List website for several years running prior to its demise. These archives include personal email addresses and full names. I have x’d … Continue reading