Justin Joyce
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Justin Joyce

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
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-"I Hate To See A Woman Cry" by Justin Joyce with Unkempt and Uncool. 2010. Available on iTunes.
-"Dawning Days" by Hello Mahalo. 2007. Available on iTunes. Received major and college radio airplay and was the top 9 requested song on WBRU in summer 2007.
-"Truths of Fools" by Laughing at the Sun. 2005.

-"Love is Just a Game" by Justin Joyce. 2010.
-"Hello Mahalo" by Hello Mahalo. 2007.
-"Stilfro" by Stilfro. 2005.

-Untitled EP in production by Justin Joyce.
-"Unkempt and Uncool" by Justin Joyce and Joey Stadik with Unkempt and Uncool. 2010.
-"Dawning Days" by Hello Mahalo. 2008. Available on iTunes.

Compilations (appears on):
-"Deep 5 Compilation" by Deep South Digital. 2010. Available on iTunes, Rhapsody, CD Baby
-"Sessions From the Bat Cave" by 3Spoon Productions. 2000.



Justin Joyce has been dominating the Boston music scene since his early teens and has been feature in Providence Phoenix, Performer Magazine, Motif Magazine, and Limelight Magazine. Now, at the age of 26, he has developed into a teacher, recording artist, song writer and performer who is consistently at the top of his class. Howie Day, Guster and Toots and the Maytals are just some of the great performers who have shared the stage with Justin along the way.

A lead singer and instrumentalist with a bachelors degree in music education, Justin played the role of front man for many successful bands in the Boston area before pursuing his passion as a solo artist. He recorded his debut solo album this year, and it is scheduled for release in fall, 2010.

Justin's first single, "I Hate to See a Woman Cry" is already available to listeners thanks to Deep South Records, the legendary rock label best known for discovering 90's Grammy Award winning artists Five For Fighting and Marcy's Playground. The track continues to turn heads among a diverse and growing fan-base on iTunes and other digital distributors.

Although his style remains distinct and eclectic, Justin's essence and sound hint at influences from John Mayer, Lenny Kravitz and John Legend. He is equally known for his stage presence, charisma, and a larger-than-life personality. As Justin's career gains momentum, his personal dedication and drive are destined to propel him even further into the spotlight. Justin Joyce is, without a doubt, an artist to follow.