Sometimes Julie has released their new album titled ‘Where Are You?’. Coming off as a jam band, Sometimes Julie is headed by the super voice known as Monica Sorenson. When you combine a powerful front-person with a solid set of tracks and a diverse set of talented musicians, you get Sometimes Julie.
Sometimes Julie, one of San Diego’s most engaging and original Rock bands, emerged from a chance collaboration between singer-songwriters Monica Sorenson and Rick Walker in 2012.
Walker, former guitarist for Chicago’s Greeley, is a multi-instrumentalist who reveals his Rock and Roll genius as he defines Sometimes Julie’s unique sound. Sorenson paints the pictures, finds the words, tells the stories, and delivers the melodies with her powerful vocals. Walker is the theory, the rhythm, the science, the skill, and Sorenson is the front woman who is all heart and art.
The duo’s first collaboration gave birth to their award-winning 2014 debut album, HEAD FIRST, the title track of which generated substantial buzz, getting spins on both terrestrial and internet radio, and won an Akademia Music Award for best Americana music video. As implied, this album is all about being impulsive, taking risks, and doing what you love.
Sometimes Julie’s second release, the EP entitled BRIGHT SIDE OF THE LINE (2016), marked the duo’s evolution to a more rocking sound as they were joined by the eminently talented Berklee-grad Bruce Paul Allen (bassist/co-writer), and San Diego music scene legend, Anthony Sarain (keyboards, sax, flute). The songs on Bright Side speak to the power of intense love and profound loss.
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BREAKING, released in June 2018 to resounding critical acclaim, represents a quantum leap in the band’s evolution. It rocks hard!!! Hair metal refugee Alberto Moreno, lead guitarist and pivotal member of the band, truly shines on this EP. His energy and showmanship are something to behold as he and Sorenson play off of each other’s voices in these hard-hitting tunes about pushing it to the limit.
Sometimes Julie is exploding now with the addition of San Diego music stalwart, the one and only Dave Fuller (drums). Dave’s unique style and groove appear effortless as he holds the beat for Monica, Rick, Al, Bruce, and Anthony, laying a solid foundation, granting freedom to claim new musical territory.
‘Where Are You?’, Sometimes Julie’s fourth, and latest release, is truly a full-band affair with each band member’s musical influences worn plainly on Sometimes Julie’s proverbial sleeves. From Sorenson’s distinctive voice and provocative lyrics to Moreno’s aggressive guitar to Allen’s melodic bass, to Sarain’s sublime sax, to Fuller’s rock-steady drums, to Walker’s intricate arrangements – it is all there waiting for the taking.
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