Band leader Boy Edgar was the first to bring pianist Judy Roberts to the Netherlands, where she came to play with bass player Jacques Schols and drummer John Engels. At the time, Roberts was already a big star in Chicago. One of her most successful albums is Trio, recorded with Ray Brown and Jeff Hamilton. ‘Roberts is a sensitive, articulate pianist, with depth and range. Her playing is laced with intense, freshly-voiced chordal passages. Her singing is delicate and breathy or worldly and sultry in accordance with the mood’, is what Down Beat writes about the musician. Judy Roberts' original trio from 1960 has been enhanced for some time by tenor sax player Greg Fishman. While Roberts sings and accompanies herself on piano, Fishman supports her on sax. And when you close your eyes, you almost think Stan Getz is there.