Judy Collins is one of our most beloved singers, yet she’s never tried to shield her personal struggles from her adoring fans.
She has openly fought depression, struggled with eating disorders and alcoholism and her son committed suicide.
Despite a lifetime of hardships, she still is moving forward and finding the positive in life.
Now in her 70s, she’s still living an active, vibrant life and she’s excited about two new projects — her new album “Bohemian” and her new book, “Sweet Judy Blue Eyes: My Life in Music.”
Judy says she hopes to use her own trials and tribulations to help others going through similar issues. And she keeps moving forward.
Judy talks about her new songs, including one she recently wrote for her late mother, and how she’s managed to always remain hopeful about life — no matter how hard it may seem at times.
Plus, find out which unusual group of entertainers she credits with keeping the storytelling traditions of folk singers ali