Julie C Myers is a natural born entertainer. Julie's mother was a classmate of Elvis Presley and Music was big part of Julie’s family. Julie has studied several forms of dance including ballet, tap, jazz and interpretive and performed professionally for many years. A drama major in college, vocal training, and an accomplished Gymnast as well, Julie has always loved performing. It seems obvious that all of her training and entertainment experience has destined her to sing and dance across the stages of the world.
After starting in Memphis, Tennessee theme parks, in the early 1980’s, Julie moved to Las Vegas to pursue her dreams of being a performer. Since then, she has sung and danced in shows like “My Generation”, “Melinda, First Lady of Magic”, "Play Boys' Girls of Rock 'n Roll", and "Legends in Concert"... frequently touring all over the US and Canada.
Over time Julie has had many people tell her how much she resembled the legendary “Stevie Nicks” so for some years now, she has put on the World's most accurate recreation of Stevie in the years of her prime. Together with a six person band and backup singer, she has directed her training to cover and tribute this true legend and Queen of “Rock ‘n Roll.” With her mystical image and poetic songs Julie strongly feels Stevie Nicks’ music is and always will be legendary. Songs like Rhiannon, Dreams, Sara and Gypsy will inspire decades of music lovers to come.
To some people, Julie is known as Nearly Nicks. This in regard to her tribute to Stevie Nicks, where Julie has performed all over the US in a variety of venues. From extended contracts with a Southern California Casino to selling out seven nights in a row at a Boston Concert Hall. She has performed in venues small and large... from Casino Show halls to places like the Carrolton Performing Arts Center, to the Morton H Myerson Symphony Center with full Symphonic Orchestral backing.... or as apart of a cast of Tribute Artists in the “Edwards Twins”, “70’s Show” at the Rode Island Stadium Theater Performing Arts Center. Whether she’s doing a Blues Revue, or a Classic Rock Concert as herself, or performing her cover of, and tribute to, “Stevie Nicks”, Julie puts on a show to keep people coming back again and again. There seems to be no limit to public appetite for her involvement...