Julie Roberts wrote four of the songs on her album Men and Mascara.
Julie Roberts' album Julie Roberts was certified gold.
Julie Roberts is the voice Good Morning America's advertising campaign entitled "Good to Go."
Julie Roberts was the voice in Good Morning America's advertising campaign entitled "Good to Go."
In 2006, Julie Roberts was featured in the Animal Rescue Foundation's Celebrity Pet Calendar.
Julie Roberts has been nominated for two CMA "Horizon awards", an ACM for "Top New Artist" and "Top New Female Vocalist" and a CMT Award for "Breakthrough Artist."
In October of 2006, Julie Roberts performed "America The Beautiful" for former Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush, Sr. at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.
In 2004, Julie Roberts released her debut album called Julie Roberts.
Some of Julie Roberts musical influences are Tanya Tucker, Dolly Parton, and Barbara Mandrell.
Julie Roberts started off in the entertainment business by working as an assistant to the head of Mercury Records, Luke Lewis.
Julie Roberts graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Julie Roberts used to work at Carowinds, which is a theme park in Charlotte, North Carolina.
When Julie Roberts was younger, she toured with her family performing at festivals in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.
Julie Roberts first big hit was in 2004 with "Break Down Here."
Julie Roberts went to the University of South Carolina.
Julie Roberts' new album Men And Mascara debuted the week of July 3rd 2006 at #25 on the Billboard Top 200 and at #4 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. This is her highest debut yet.
Julie Roberts will be taking a break from promoting her upcoming album, Men & Mascara, to do a little charity work. She is joining fellow country stars, Dierks Bentley, Blue County, Steve Azar, and Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus in waiting tables for former Tennessee Titan Kevin Carter's 5th annual Waiting For Wishes Celebrity Waiter's Dinner. The event, benefiting the Kevin Carter Foundation and The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Middle Tennessee , takes place June 7, 2006, at the Palm Restaurant in Nashville.
Julie Roberts was nominated for the "Top New Female Artist" ACM Award. The awards aired on May 23rd, 2006.
On April 27th 2006 CMT's Top Twenty countdown premiered Julie's brand new video, "Men and Mascara". Julie made a special appearance
Julie Roberts: I began my three years at Mercury as their Receptionist. I was the receptionist for a year and a half, then was transferred to the A&R department where I assisted by answering calls and scheduling appointments. After 6 months in that department, I transferred again to be Luke's assistant. The position opened after MCA & Mercury merged.
Julie Roberts: Growing up, I wanted to be just like Barbara Mandrell. I also loved Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker, Elvis Presley and Trisha Yearwood. I also enjoy Garth Brooks, Sheryl Crow, The Eagles, Rascal Flatts and Keith Urban. I have too many favorites to name them all!
Julie Roberts: Country Music tells "real-life" stories, and I was drawn to that even when I was a little girl. There's nothing like a song that helps you escape in life for 3 minutes. Country music has always done that for me.
Julie Roberts: (on her nomination for an ACM award) I was in the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport this morning and a man came up to me and said congratulations. I said, 'For what?' He said, 'for your ACM nomination'. I screamed so loud I think I scared him to death. I am extremely honored.
Julie Roberts: on her nomination for an ACM award) I was in the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport this morning and a man came up to me and said congratulations. I said, 'For what?' He said, 'for your ACM nomination'. I screamed so loud I think I scared him to death. I am extremely honored.
Julie Roberts: What I've learned is that if one door closes or if something bad happens in your life, just stay positive and know that it happened for a reason. You don't know now, but one day down the road, you'll know why that happened.
Julie Roberts: I just look for lyrics that are real. That's the basis for all my songs. The lyrics have to mean something to me.