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Judy Collins is a folk-rock icon known just as much for her music as she is for her activism. Though she grew up in the Pacific Northwest, it was the growing NYC folk scene in the 1960s that inspired her to pick up a guitar and become a songwriter. After spending a couple years at the University of Connecticut, Judy finally made her way to Greenwich Village, home to musical influences like Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger, where she busked on the street until signing with Elektra Records. At the beginning of her career, Collins covered songs by artists like Joan Baez and Leonard Cohen, but also peppered in her own original material, like “Since You Asked” and “Song For Judith (Open The Door).” (For younger audiences, the latter might sound familiar because it was featured in a particularly emotional scene in Season 2 of Lena Dunham’s Girls on HBO.)
In addition to her music, Collins is extremely active in raising awareness for various causes—like mental health and suicide prevention. She is also a representative for UNICEF and campaigns for the abolition of landmines. In terms of her life’s work, there’s a particularly poignant quote on her website that seems to sum up Collin’s career perfectly: “She continues to create music of hope and healing that lights up the world and speaks to the heart.” ScoreBig lets you save on every Judy Collins ticket, every day.
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