“She soaks her audience up in a vocal sponge and washes the recesses of memory with spine-tingling chills of intuitive mastery.”
After winning CBC Radio’s national contest for Most Promising Canadian singer at 19, Judy Ginn Walchuk’s powerful voice entertained listeners on radio, television and in jazz clubs across Canada, the US and Britain. Her brother, Jim Walchuk eventually joined her and their career included many highlights;
touring with Rolf Harris and Don Ho, singing for Noel Coward, appearing regularly on the Merv Griffin Show and at The Playboy Club; and starring in their own show on CBC Television.
And that's only the beginning...