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Jude

Jude

HistoryJude's debut album, 430 N. Harper Ave was released independently by the Fish of Death label in 1997. This caught the attention of Madonna's record label, Maverick, who signed Jude and released his second album, No One Is Really Beautiful - which contained several re-recordings of some of the debut album's tracks. Jude enjoyed a short-lived radio term on select stations throughout the US, featuring two tracks from No One is Really Beautiful, "I'm Sorry Now" (#33 Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart) and "Rick James" (#29 Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart, #28 Billboard Modern Rock Chart).Jude first brushed with wide acclaim when his song "I Know" was featured on the multi-platinum City of Angels soundtrack, which hit #1 on the U.S. Billboard Chart, selling over five million copies in the U.S. alone. The song "I Do" from No One Is Really Beautiful was used in several television shows and is a fan favorite (and features on the first three of Jude's albums in various incarnations). During this time, Jude also toured with Alanis Morissette, Ben Folds Five, The Cranberries, Dido, Tori Amos, Better Than Ezra, Train, and Chris Isaak.His follow-up album, King of Yesterday, seems to have been a classic struggle between artist and label, and was unceremoniously released on September 11, 2001. The album featured a cover of Bread's "Everything I Own". Jude soon parted ways with Maverick and produced his subsequent albums independently (Sarah in 2004 and Redemption in 2006). When Sarah was issued via CD Baby, it hit #1 on their charts for over a month and is still one of the highest selling CDs in their history.Currently, Jude is signed with Naive records in Paris, France (where Jude toured several times and has attracted a loyal fanbase). Naive released Redemption in Europe in September 2006, and released the single "Save Me" via iTunes in October. The whole album was released stateside in November 2006, and it became available for download via iTunes in December.In 2006, Jude, Chris Seefried, Jeff Russo, and Dave Gibbs formed the band Low Stars. They released an eponymous CD through the Starbucks Hear music label in 2007. The song "Calling All Friends", which appears on the album and was penned by Jude, is the theme for the ABC drama What About Brian. In August 2007, Jude left the Low Stars after deciding to focus on his own career.He is currently based in Los Angeles, writing songs for film and television while preparing another studio album.Use in other media"The Way That You Want Me" and "I Know" were each featured in 2010 episodes of the television series, House "Out of L.A." was featured in the premiere episode of the television series, Men of a Certain Age"Love, Love, Love" was featured in a 2007 episode of the television drama, What About Brian; "Stay" was featured in the last scene of the final episode of that series."Crescent Height Shuffle" features on a TV advertisement for Miller Genuine Draft that was first broadcast in Ireland in May 2007."Save Me" was featured in Season 4 premiere episode of The O.C., "The Avengers", and was also used as a pre-season on-line promotion. "Out of LA" was featured in a 2005 episode of the series."Everything's Alright (I Think It's Time)" and "All I Wanna Do" were featured in separate episode of the television series, Alias."Everything's Alright (I Think It's Time)" appeared in the film The Animal."I Know" was featured on the 1998 City of Angels soundtrack."I Do" has been used in several television series."I Do" and "I'm Sorry Now" were featured in the television series "Dawson's Creek"."I Do" and "King of Yesterday" were featured in the television series Felicity."King of Yesterday" was featured in the films Not Another Teen Movie and Bubble Boy."Everything I Own" was featured in the pilot episode of Smallville, an episode of the television series Crossing Jordan and a season 3 episode of RoswellNew recording of "Madonna" was featured in the season finale episode of the television series Banshee (TV series)Non-album workJude has also done many musical works outside of his albums, among them—The main title theme for A Basement Affair on VH1The main title theme for ABC's Cavemen, as well as the score, with Mickey PetraliaThe main title theme ABC's What About BrianThe song "Funny, Now" by the fictional band DriveSHAFT in the television series LostThe song "You All, Everybody" by the fictional band DriveSHAFT in the television series Lost, with Chris SeefriedScore and songs for feature film Barry Munday (in post-production)The song "Need You Here", for the television series One Tree Hill"All of My Friends Are On TV" as the main title theme for season 2 of VH1's Surreal LifeThe main title theme music to The Ellen Show (2001)The songs "Crazy" (live Gnarls Barkley cover) and "Gay Cowboy" available on Jude's web page; other songs available occasionallyThe song "Cuba" recorded for the King of Yesterday album, but forced to be left off by the record label; included in the French re-releaseThe song "My Name is Death" for the film Final Destination 2Score for VH1's Rock of Love Bus; Daisy of Love; I Love Money; The Good LifeScore for the CW's High Society

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