indie electro folk rock for human beings
Sidecar Judy was founded in 2015 in Salt Lake City by singer-songwriter Cammi Folwell and composer Randin Graves to bend genres and stir your emotions with unusual musical arrangements and honest songwriting. Their albums Music for Humans and More Music for Humans are available from all the big online retailers. They have dozens of videos on YouTube. And you know what? You’re gonna love them.
|Singer-songwriter Cammi Folwell hails from the small town of Homedale, Idaho and now splits her time between Salt Lake City, Utah and Chattanooga, Tennessee. Her lyrics are witty and poetic, her song structure is often unusual and she has a healthy disregard for what anybody thinks her music or her voice is supposed to sound like. She has recorded music on her own and with occasional collaborators for a few years, but is now dedicated to stepping it up and bringing her songs to the world with Sidecar Judy.
What you’ll hear from Cammi: lead vocals, acoustic guitar, ukulele, harmonica, percussion and tips on pest control
Cammi’s job title: Executive Director of Lyrical Content and Vocal Expression
|San Diego native and current Salt Lake City resident Randin Graves is a composer, guitarist & didgeridooist with a diverse background who spent most of 2014 desperately looking for a new music project to dedicate himself to. In January 2015, he saw an ad Cammi posted on Craigslist just after moving to Salt Lake City and knew he had found it. He produces Sidecar Judy’s recordings and plays most of the instruments. Check out his didgeridoo music HERE and film composition work HERE.
What you’ll hear from Randin: backing vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, ukulele, bass, keyboards & drum programming, percussion, kazoo and stories about living with Australian Aboriginal People
Randin’s job title: Production Manager and Chief of Instrumental Operations
Jenn Stevenson co-wrote and appears on the song Black and White.
What you’ll hear from Jenn: piano, voices of heavenly bliss and earthly delight
Jenn’s job title: Visiting Vocal Technician
Karyn-Cady Garrison came to our attention as an actress in our Sandy video. Then we found out she plays a bit of guitar and piano. Since we liked having her around, we decided she better play with us.
What you’ll hear from Karyn: keyboard, bass, infectious laughter
Karyn’s job title: Low-End Management, Associate Ivory Tinkler