Singer Julie Roberts Plans Unique Birthday Celebration
Aside from the fact that she already has a gold record in her arsenal and performed on some of the biggest stages in country music, Julie Roberts is the epitome of what a true artist should be. She loves her faith, her family and her fans.
She’s also involved in nearly every aspect of her music. From writing songs and recording new music to building her brand and physically taking autographed CDs to the post office to mail, the beautiful songstress totally believes in her purpose. Now, Julie’s about to celebrate her birthday by doing something she’s never done before.
On Friday, February 1st at 10pm EST, Julie will be broadcasting an intimate concert performance via the Internet on StageIt.
Think of StageIt as an online concert venue. One where artists broadcast LIVE interactive performances directly from a laptop or computer to fans all over the world; offering a totally unique concert experience that you can’t get anywhere else. Fans can log on and tune in from the comfort of their own home from anywhere in the world and see Julie perform her signature hits as well as new music she’s currently working on.
I had the pleasure of speaking with Julie and getting more info about her upcoming StageIt show as well as her new music and plans for 2013!
How will the StageIt show be different from other ones you’ve done?
The show is done via the Internet and is very intimate. I’ll be performing the show at a really cool venue I discovered right before Christmas called The Music Loft. I’ll be there with my guitar player. The cost is $5 and people can sign in from anywhere.
It will also be on my birthday, February 1st. I’d want nothing more for my birthday than to be playing shows everywhere. Since I don’t have one booked right now, I decided to book one myself! [laughs]
What can fans expect to hear at the show?
I’ll be playing some new music that I’ve been working on as well as performing some of the songs everyone knows and loves. There will also be a live chat as well. I’ll have someone there monitoring the session to let me know what everyone is saying and what songs people would like to hear. It will be fun. This will be my first time doing one of these shows, so I’ll learn a lot from it. I may even try doing them on a regular basis. Even from the studio or from my home.Continued on the next page