Judith Beckedorf


  1. 1.
    Du Held
  2. 2.
    Flowers on My Grave
  3. 3.
  4. 4.
    Don't Waste Your Time
  5. 5.
    Southern Rain
Judith Beckedorf began playing the guitar when she was 14, performing her first solo concerts early on.
She then decided to further her studies in acoustic guitar and moved to Dresden, making it her chosen home base. She spent some time in Nashville, Tennessee, where American folk music inspired her to take up other instruments, such as banjo and mandolin, and sparked her passion for songwriting.
On her album "Behind The Blue Sea", thoughts and folky melodies intertwine with snappy grooves and graceful ballads. Judith reminisces about the world and the people she observes around her, about her personal experiences or the situations her loved ones encounter: Light-heartedness and the struggle to show vulnerability, goodbyes and feeling eternally connected, or the rain that washes everything away and promises new beginnings, and the thing Judith hates the most: wasting time. Hence the album's title song "Don't Waste Your Time", which celebrates her journey to a new musical galaxy and marks her debut as a singer/songwriter.
But, just like time itself, Judith Beckedorf seldom stands still. She performs solo concerts and is on tour with her folk trio "Standard Crow Behavior". In Nashville, she founded the concert series "International Guitar Nights" and, together with Karlijn Langendijk (NL) and Vivek Advani (IND), she founded "MusiSHEans", a network project promoting female musicians.
Tommy Emmanuel once said to her: "You are a magician!"


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