Juice Newton first hit the charts in 1981 with "Queen of Hearts" and "Angel in the Morning." She lives in Rancho Santa Fe with her husband (since 1985) and kids Jessica and Tyler. Her husband Tom Goodspeed is general manager of the San Diego Polo Club.
An avid equestrian, she often competes in celebrity polo matches. Her song "Break it to Me Gently" won a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. She has sold over nine million records and still tours frequently.
Willie Nelson, Glen Campbell, Frankie Valli, Dan Seals, Randy Meisner (the Eagles), Melissa Manchester, and Gary Morris guest on her 2011 album Duets: Friends and Memories.