Judy Carmichael appears frequently on radio and TV throughout the world and maintains a busy international touring schedule. She is popular with both jazz and cabaret audiences with her soulful, swinging interpretations of the Great American Songbook, and equally impressive hilarious, improvisational anecdotes. Her wit and musical knowledge come together on her weekly NPR radio broadcast/podcast Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired, now in its 19th year, where she talks with celebrated creative artists about their love for jazz and how it inspires them, everyone from Seth MacFarlane and Robert Redford to Tony Bennett and Billy Joel.
Judy Carmichael has played the major international concert halls and festivals from Carnegie Hall to the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice (the first concert ever presented by the museum) to programs with Melissa Etheridge, Leslie Garrett, Joel Grey, Michael Feinstein, Jools Holland, Steve Ross and the Smothers Brothers. In addition, Ms. Carmichael has done comic skits and performed her music on radio and TV, Jo Soares in Brazil, Entertainment Tonight in the U.S. A Prairie Home Companion and others, Mornings With Margaret Throsby for the Australia Broadcast Corporation and the BBC’s Loose Ends, In Tune, Up All Night, Woman’s Hour and numerous other shows. Additionally, she has performed private recitals for everyone from Rod Stewart and Robert Redford to President Clinton and Gianni Agnelli.
Judy Carmichael is included in Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in Finance and Industry in America, Who’s Who in American Woman, American Women in Jazz, Who’s Who in the World as well as the Encyclopedia of Jazz.
Her recordings and music books are available at www.judycarmichael.com and iTunes. Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired airs weekly on NPR and podcasts from the usual platforms and streams from www.jazzinspired.com. Her memoir, Swinger! A Jazz Girl’s Adventures From Hollywood To Harlem was released in December 2017.