Grace Joyner has officially stepped out of the shadows. Whereas she used to sing harmonies in various bands around Charleston, South Carolina, she’s now come into her own with this project. Featuring dual keyboards without a guitar in sight, along with her band, she crafts evocative, dramatic, psych-tinged rock/pop music that’ll move you. Currently on her first full length release following an emotional debut EP, Joyner is clearly on to something, and developing as a strong songwriter and performer with this project. The band stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to show us how they do it.
Maybe Sometimes-in C by Grace Joyner is available now.
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