Judith Tulloch Band


Pop, jazz, & world music. With vocals, guitar, flutes, bass, & percussion. Judith and her band have warmed up the stage as an opening act for Michael McDonald, Maria Muldaur, Pete Seeger, Paul Winter, Janet Hamill & Moving Star, Patti Smith, Levon Helm, Lucy Kaplansky, Bo Diddley, Tom Chapin, and many others. The band performs at all types of venues ranging from large concert halls, to clubs, cafes, restaurants, art galleries, cultural events, wedding ceremonies, corporate events, and special benefits for those in need. Music that has been described as world-pop-fusion with a jazzy edge. If you would like to contact us, or join our mailing list, please email us at: steve2f@yahoo.com.  Cammy Poeme Music.


Judith Tulloch was born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn N.Y. It was there as a child that she discovered her passion for music. Rooted in Jazz, classical, and rock styles, she began to pursue her musical dreams of being a performer. Through her travels she had the opportunity to see and perform in many different places, from New Orleans, to Seattle, the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South East Asia, Iceland, Europe and Africa. Now living in the Hudson Valley of New York, Judith performs with her band in the tri state area, and is currently a music teacher in Orange County.

Stephen Franchino has been a musician most of his life. He began guitar lessons at a early age, and quickly moved to the bass. Influenced by jazz, world music, and progressive rock, he has performed in many different styles and genres. In 1997 he became interested in woodwind instruments from around the world, and has been performing primarily on the flute ever since. Stephen teamed up with Judith in the winter of 2000. Click the photo above to go to his profile. Stephen Franchino-Flute Music.

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