Los angeles, CA
It just comes naturally for Julie Gribble, writing, singing, and performing. But what she loves most is to inspire, to reach people with her music. With an infectious smile, and a genuine love of playing music and inspiring others, her Urban Folk Music has managed to gain rave reviews all across the US. A Gribble live show is like watching every emotion, every friend, every heartache and every joy pass through you and come out on a richer side. A quickly rising star not to miss. Gribble’s music has been featured on Lifetime movie “Dive at Clauson’s Pier,” popular Nickelodeon shows “Zoey 101,” “Drake and Josh” and their TV movie “Drake & Josh Go to Hollywood,” as well on "South of Nowhere" on Noggin, and "Smallville" on the CW. Guest appearances include “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson,(2005 and 2007) “The Tyra Banks Show” (CBS), Good Day Atlanta(FOX), Daytime(NBC), Low Country Live(ABC), TV Guide Channel, and Cafe Central(CABLETV). She received the 2005 LA Music Award for Best Adult Alternative Artist, and has been featured in Music Connection Magazine’s Hot 100 unsigned bands for both 2006 and 2007, as well as best Demo Critiques in 2006. Recently she had been named on of the Best Emerging Artists of 2006 in the American Idol Magazine. Currently she has released three albums with a fourth due out in early 2008
Traveling solo to promote her current album, Gribble is touring all over the US solo reaching colleges, radio, clubs and bars. Julie recently has been touring the US for events for Barefoot Wine, Hotel Indigo, IHG, various clubs, and charity events with organizations such as Boys and Girls Club, Red Fern Farms, Watering Seeds, Atlanta Humane Society, PAWS, and many more. Her latest tour also included a performance for IHG featuring John Mayer. More important than the thrill of an audience, she jumps at the opportunity to support a good cause. Julie’s always there, with her guitar in hand and a smile on her face. It’s not about her name in lights, it’s about telling her stories and touching those along the way. And people want to listen. “She was great, and I'm sure that a lot of us would have taken the rest of the afternoon to kick-back so that we could be mesmerized by her music,” Mike Zendan, Vice President and General Counsel, Muzak, LLC said after she performed at the Corporate Headquarters.