Spend an evening with the "Queen of Hearts" or the "Angel on the Morning or "The Sweetest Thing." Don’t worry, you can have them all with Juice Newton.

This Grammy Award winning artist takes the audience on an emotional-filled ride from the soul searing "Hurt," to the rollicking "Love’s Been A Little Bit Hard On Me," to the plea of "Break It To Me Gently." These songs and others have propelled Juice’s "Greatest Hits" album to platinum, adding to her collection of gold and platinum certifications. Complementing her Grammy Award for "Best Pop Female," Juice has taken home trophies from the Academy of Country Music (New Female Vocalist of the Year), Billboard magazine (Album Artist of the year), and People’s Choice Awards, (Best Female Vocalist).

Known for her impact on the pop as well as the country music scene, Juice Newton delivers such musical diversity to her stage show as well. Otha Young, Juice’s longtime musical partner and songwriter says, "Juice has the enviable ability to reach fans beyond categories. At any given concert we hear comments from the Gen-Xr’s: "Juice, you are awesome," to baby boomers: "We’ve been fans since the club days."

While performing her evergreen hits, Juice also manages to keep her performances fresh and varied with the energy of her top notch-touring band, the intimacy of an acoustic trio segment and the stellar harmonies with her band vocalists.

A fresh serving of Juice is "The Trouble With Angels," Juice’s most resent musical offering on River North Records. "The Trouble With Angels" showcases Juice’s unique vocals in leaner arrangements of her most requested hits along with three new songs adding to her musical diversity.

Juice, through her pop and country hits, her distinctive voice and entertaining performance skills, continues to captivate audiences from teens to grandparents, from the city to the country. As a music critic stated, "Newton remains one of the most riveting performances in music, rocking on stage and playing each emotion for what it’s worth. And it’s worth a lot."