Judy Whitmore Releases Debut Album “Can’t We Be Friends” Honoring The Great American Songbook

Singer Judy Whitmore has released her full-length debut album Can’t We Be Friends where she dives headfirst into the Great American Songbook reimagining 12 staples with fearlessness, fire, and finesse along with the music video for the title track about the frustrations of love. CLICK HERE to download/stream. CLICK HERE to watch the music video for “Can’t We Be Friends.” Check out the first look on American Songwriter. Recorded at Capitol Studios alongside collaborators John Sawoski and GRAMMY® and Emmy Award-winning composer Michael Patterson, together, they’ve created a love letter to the Great American Songbook featuring classics such as “It Had To Be You,” “S’Wonderful,” “Can’t We Be Friends,” and many more. 

“Can’t We Be Friends” follows Judy’s second single “New York Medley,” which features American Songbook classics “How About You,” “Manhattan” and “Autumn in New York.” In the beautifully shot video featuring Billy Grubman, Judy’s brother, the upbeat visual showcases the duo embracing the hustle and bustle of New York City’s most scenic visuals. PRESS HERE to watch. Judy’s lead single/video, “My Favorite Year,” uplifts Michele Brourman and Karen Gottlieb’s heartfelt classic over cinematic strings with a combination of tender intuition and dynamic delivery that takes you back to the memories of your first romance. CLICK HERE to watch.

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