"I live for people's stories. That's my passion, my vision; to connect heart to heart with people through songs, to share musical stories as a reminder that we're all humans going through this life together. No one is ever alone, and music reminds us of that."  -JP

Julia Price is rated one of the top female Viners by AskMen, was a featured artist on Good Morning America, has millions of YouTube views under her musical belt, and was recently showcased in the NY Times as a "booming creative."

This New York native singer/songwriter is a regular performer at Austin's SXSW and LA's notorious Hotel Cafe, where Ingrid Michaelson, Sara Bareilles, and Katy Perry all launched their careers. Her self-released EP, "Stories Between the Avenues" charted in the top 50 releases on the iTunes pop category and a number of her songs were featured on Bravo's "Miss Advised," where Julia was a regular character on the show. Julia has worked on a number of campaigns with multiple Fortune 500 companies, composing original music and content that is both unique to the brand and on point with her messaging.

In addition to music, Julia speaks at conferences and workshops in the self development field, motivating audiences to turn their pain into power and their losses into something tangible that can either take the form of art, a new business idea, or simply a fresh perspective on life.

Julia is an advocate for female empowerment and equality across the board. Her purpose is to help share the stories of others who can't always speak for themselves, to shine light where there is darkness, and to unite humanity through music with meaning.

EARLY YEARS: As a little girl, Julia convinced the kids in her neighborhood to act out her self-written musicals, turning them into a live performance for the entire neighborhood. A young visionary? Yes. A troublemaker? Absolutely.

Julia first got ahold of piano keys at age 5 and taught herself to play by ear. As a natural storyteller, Julia enjoyed writing songs but dreamt of a completely different path as a news reporter. When it came down to deciding which path to pursue, music won her over during one of the most challenging yet exciting times of her life when she moved to the Big Apple itself, New York City.

Balancing two lives as the green-room coordinator at Good Morning America by day and working as a waitress at night, there was always something in the sleepless city for the writer's eye to observe. She started playing live shows at NYC's The Bitter End and was so addicted to performing that she quickly solidified her name as a regular in the NYC music scene's roster.  Julia’s role at Good Morning America had largely been behind-the-scenes up until her music talent was noticed by one of the anchors, who then featured the young songstress as an on-air performer. A national tour followed. Those very experiences inspired her 2012 debut EP, “Stories Between the Avenues.”

The young musician, who some may recognize as “JP” from the Bravo television series “Miss Advised,” is grouped into the likes of Regina Spektor, Ellie Goulding, Tove Lo, and Fiona Apple. Julia has built a strong and rapidly growing presence on multiple social media platforms in the past few years and positioned herself as a highly sought after influencer thanks to her popular song covers as well as her original content.

In her day-to-day life, chances are, she’s writing a song in her head at this very moment while wearing a pair of fuzzy socks. Julia spends her downtime upside-down, staying true to her past as a gymnast and division one diver at the University of Miami.   

To book Julia for a live show, festival, conference, or speaking opportunity, or if you're a brand with a pitch that you think would be a good fit with Julia, please contact Sam Leigh via email: sam@inartists.co.