Julie Roberts first new full-length release in almost three years, "Good Wine and Bad Decisions" marks the acclaimed singer/songwriters defining musical moment thus far. Just as significantly, the album represents Roberts debut with the legendary Sun Records, world-renowned home to such icons as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Roy Orbison. The first new release on Sun in decades, "Good Wine..." is a genuine milestone in the labels storied history, as well as Roberts own incredible artistic and personal journey. "I feel like I've finally found a place to be," she says. "Where my music really fits. I'm so excited about that. It doesn't seem real in a way. Maybe when I see the actual record with the Sun label on it." "There's some pressure to live up to the Sun Records tradition, but I just keep reminding myself to do what I do, to do the best that I can do. Im so thankful that they believe in me and the music I'm making." Sun Records famously brought together a variety of musical genres to create something altogether new, and "Good Wine..." very much carries on that great tradition. The album reflects Roberts ardor and admiration for such like-minded artists as Ray LaMontagne, Norah Jones, and Amos Lee " diverse singer/songwriters who fuse elements of folk, R&B, rock, and classic country into a distinctly modern brand of Americana.