So in summer 2005 Juliet began a solo tour across the US back from L.A. ending up in Florida where she played many shows at last attracting major label offers through myspace as well as through a particular live performance where Sony’s Laurie Lavine first spotted her.
A week before her performance for Laurie and her friends, in October 2005, Juliet was invited to New York City by the head of A and R Island Records who after hearing her live performance wanted to sign her and escorted her immediately to the Chairmen of Island, L.A. Reid.
During the same trip she showcased for Columbia and Jive but felt she came home when playing for Allison Hagendorf, Pete Geberga and others at Sony’s EPIC label. She also played for Wyclef Jean of the Fugees and Don Ienner, then President and CEO of the Sony Music Label Group, who validated her efforts with another offer.
With industry buzz ignited, Juliet was then flown to Los Angeles where she played for Capitol’s A and R dept who wanted to sign her, as well as the president at Geffen where she was offered yet another major deal.
Growing up in a family of working musicians, with an accomplished writer/musician, for an older brother and working in his all-guy bands, Juliet has had to distinguish herself as not just another pretty girl with a catchy tune. She wrote and recorded two independently released albums before signing with Epic and at 19 has emerged as an original artist. Also inspired by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Beck, David Bowie, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick and Jimmy Eat World, Juliet has the heart and sense of humor of an old school rocker- creating honest music that inspires, makes you cry, or helps you put your fist through the wall then lets you laugh about it - she has feeling.
In the past year Juliet’s
songs “Someday” and “Make-up Smeared Eyes” captured
the #1, spots in 3 separate genres of the MySpace music charts where she became
a Featured Artist. Juliet appeared in Sire Record’s The Veronicas MTV
Video. Her music has been licensed to MTV’s The Real World and Road
Rules. She also sang and co-wrote “Theatre of Robots” with Love
Hate Hero for their debut album Just Breathe released on Ferret Records and
has co-writes with Cartel, Duncan Shiek, The Matrix, and The Vacation.