Judy Stone

From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core
Jump to: navigation, search
For the American journalist and film critic, see Judy Stone (journalist).

Judy Stone (born 1 January 1942)[1] is an Australian pop and country singer from Sydney, who came to national prominence in the late 1950s through her regular TV appearances on the Australian pop music show Brian Henderson's Bandstand and her many hit records. Major national hits were '4,003,221 Tears From Now' (1964), 'Born a Woman' (1966), '(Would You Lay With Me) in a Field of Stone' (1974), 'Mare Mare Mare' (1974), 'Hasta Manana' (1976) and 'Silver Wings & Golden Rings' (1976).

As a young performer she was "by lined" as The Cowgirl from Granville but on her first appearance on "Bandstand" it was mis-announced as The Callgirl from Granville. In 1963, she recorded "It Takes a Lot (To Make Me Cry)" on which the Bee Gees (Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb) sing backup vocals, and the song was released as a single in July.[2]

Judy's most recent recording was a duet with Scottish singer/songwriter Isla Grant on a stirring rendition of her song What's A Girl To Do? from Isla's 2007 album "Down Memory Lane". Judy Stone is a survivor of throat cancer


Charting Singles

Year Single Chart Positions
1961 "You're Driving Me Mad" 80
1962 "I'll Step Down" 19
"Mommie and Daddy Were Twistin'"
(B-side of above track)
"Finders Keepers" 50
1964 "4,003,221 Tears From Now" 11
1966 "Born a Woman" 3
1971 "Day By Day" 25
1974 "Mare, Mare, Mare (Keep Safe My Love)" 22
"Would You Lay With Me (In a Field of Stone)" 2
"Where are the Clowns" 79
1975 "We Two Will Love (Oui Pour La Vie)" 94
"Silver Wings and Golden Rings" 39
1976 "Hasta Mañana" 40


  1. Spicks and Specks - 17 September 2008
  2. Joseph Brennan. "Gibb Songs: 1963".<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  • Noel McGrath's Australian Encyclopedia of Rock & Pop - 1978
  • An Australian Rock Discography - Chris Spencer - 1990 - Moonlight Publishing
  • The Who's Who of Australian Rock - Chris Spencer - Moonlight Publishing
  • The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop - Ian McFarlane - Allen & Unwin, Sydney - 1999

External links