Julia Goodwin

Julia Goodwin is a pop/contemporary R&B singer and songwriter from Syracuse, NY who wears her heart on her sleeve. Her soulful sound and warm-hearted nature allow her to keep it real and connect with an array of audiences.

Goodwin’s voice has been applauded by The New York Times as “phenomenally gifted”. She has performed on some of the world’s most renowned stages: Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Birdland, The Palladium, 54 Below, The Wynn, The Rainbow Room, NFL stadiums, The Dolby Theater and Radio City Music Hall. She was featured as a Quarter Finalist on Season 9 of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” and has acquired a fan base online posting popular covers/derivative works; sometimes alongside her younger sister, Sara Goodwin.

Over the years, she has been invited to join an A-list of multiple award-winning singers from the worlds of Jazz, Broadway, Cabaret and Pop: Michael Feinstein, Freddy Cole, Christine Ebersole, Kristin Chenoweth, Dan Brubeck, Darren Criss, Elaine Paige, Marilyn Maye, Aaron Tveit, Jake Miller, Benny Mardones, Andy Grammer, Jessica Sanchez, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Trombone Shorty, B.B. King, Michael McDonald, and others.

Goodwin graduated from Syracuse University in 2020, majoring in Music Industry with a concentration in Jazz/Commercial studies.

Goodwin’s newest single “Get Me, Got You” is set to release on February 19th, 2021.