Judson SpenceJudson Spence (born on April 29, 1965 in Pascagoula, Mississippi) is a male pop singer\songwriter\instrumentalist from the ’80s.

After performing in showcases in Nashville, Tennessee in 1987, Judson received offers from 12 record companies, but he ultimately signed with Atlantic Records.
jspencealbumIn 1988, he released his self-titled debut album which peaked at #168 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Yeah, Yeah, YeahHis only charting single to date “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah” peaked at #32 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The follow-up singles from the album “Love Dies in Slow Motion”, “Hot & Sweaty” and “If You Don’t Like It” didn’t appear to make the charts at all.
drift awayAlso in 1988, Judson co-wrote Mark Lennon’s song “A Wonderful Life” which was featured on the soundtrack to the film “Scrooged.” A year later, he was featured on the soundtrack to the ABC network series “The Wonder Years” with a cover version of Dobie Gray’s song “Drift Away.”

Before finishing up his follow-up album, Judson was dropped from Atlantic Records in 1991. During the ’80s and ’90s, he has written, produced & provided vocals for artists such as Michael English, Rich Mullens, Geoffrey Williams, Kim Boyce, Barry Lather, Trisha Yearwood, Dusty Springfield and Michael W. Smith.
painfaithjoyIn 1994, Judson wrote a song called “The Power” which was covered by Amy Grant & Cher and also used in an advertising campaign for Century 21. A year later in 1995, he released an independent album called “painfaithjoy.”

In 1997, he performed with Trisha Yearwood on her song “How Do I Live” and sang live with her at the American Music Awards, the Oscars, “The Tonight Show” and the CMA awards. He would later tour with her in 2000.
i guess i love itIn 1999, Judson released his third album “I Guess I Love It” which was released in Japan, but never released in the United States. In 2000, he provided vocals on Wynonna Judd’s album “New Day Dawning.”

In 2003, Judson released two more independent albums: “The Velvet Kitten Sessions” (which was a mainstream collection) and “Opus Dei” (which was a religious-themed album). He continued to provide vocals for artists such as Reba McEntire and Kevin Max.
sing the bluesIn 2014, Judson released a film about his life called “Sing the Blues”. It’s currently unknown what other projects he has planned for the future.

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