Judith Owen has relentlessly followed her muse, independently releasing recordings that have captivated fans, Hollywood music supervisors, fellow artists and the most discerning critics. With the same determination she has applied to finding her voice, she has also found her audience. Her albums and tours have led to her being featured by NBC's "Today Show" and NPR's "Weekend Edition Sunday" and lauded by The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, USA Today, The Washington Post and many others.
Equal parts musicality and wit, Owen's music combines pop, rock, jazz, classical, R&B and theatrical influences. Variety effusively describes her as "a charmer and a seducer, a rocker, and a jazz chanteuse." The Los Angeles Times, in a Sunday Calendar profile, called Owen "whip smart, soulfully cool and deeply introspective." The Washington Post praises Owen's "rare talent for effortlessly crossing genres" adding, "her alluring vocals are a gift that keeps on giving."