About Helen Hudson
Thirty years after her early success as a young songwriter and folk singer, Helen Hudson's latest album, "Whistle in the Dark," is gaining her new attention.
In the 1980s, when she was chosen Campus Entertainer of the Year for Solo Artists, Helen Hudson performed her own original songs on guitar and piano at hundreds of colleges across the United States. She received the prestigious award from the National Association for Campus Activities.
Read a Q&A with Helen Hudson
Helen's work has also won numerous awards and in 2008, her song, Between the Pavement and the Penthouse, was the grand prize winner in Unisong's LUNCH category; founded to honor Harry Chapin's legacy to combat hunger and poverty and focus on compelling social issues.
As an actress, Helen has performed widely -- from The Old Globe in San Diego to the Circle Repertory Theatre Company in New York City. Her favorite roles include Melissa in "Love Letters" and Dr. Livingston in "Agnes of God."
Helen Hudson's early albums were both Picks in People magazine and she has appeared on Live with Regis and Kathie Lee, CBS This Morning, ESPN and Entertainment Tonight.
View slideshow: Caring for the Alzheimer's Patient at Home