Daughter Of Your Lost Art

by Christa Joy

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Homey and bittersweet, Christa Joy's songs tell dreamlike and personable stories in an Oklahoma-back-porch style. Her honey-toned voice recalls Americana greats like Gillian Welch and Nanci Griffith. Joy is a member of the Pioneer Valley's Woman Songwriter Collective of Western Massachusetts and has performed at notable folk venues throughout New England, including The Dream Away Lodge, Club Passim, and the Iron Horse. 2014 is a big year for Joy: in addition to opening for Meg Hutchinson and Antje Duvekot, she is releasing her second full-length album, Daughter of Your Lost Art, which continues her exploration of perennial human themes like transience, facing loss, and discovering life.

Nationally touring musician Meg Hutchinson writes, "Christa Joy has one of those voices that seems to emerge with effortless grace. As a performer her sincerity is enchanting. We know she means what she says, and she says it so well. Her new album 'Daughter of Your Lost Art' confirms that she is an artist who has arrived."

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released 26 October 2014

Produced by Grant Wicks and Christa Joy

Christa Joy-vocals, acoustic guitar
Jeremy Kent-acoustic guitar on Wishing Well
Matt Wilson-pedal steel, bass
Grant Wicks-electric guitar, organ
Lexi Weege-backing vocals
Carolyn Walker-violin
Eric Remschneider-cello
Michael Stephens-dobro
Mike Benoit-drums

Recorded and mixed by Grant Wicks at Grant Wicks Recording
Mastered by Mark Alan Miller at Sonelab Recording

Copyright 2014 Shunpike Music (BMI)- All songs written by Christa Joy except:
Wishing Well, Even in the Rain, and Busted Heart- which were co-written with Jeremy Kent
At This Hour inspired by the poetry of Meg Hutchinson

Graphic Design by: Scott Cadwallader
Portrait Photo by: Melissa McCabe
Landscape Photos by: Josh Fisher

For booking information, song lyrics, and show dates visit christajoymusic.com

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Christa Joy Easthampton, Massachusetts

Singer-songwriter Christa Joy is a folk musician nestled in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts with her partner, Jeremy, and her mutt dog, Jack. She loves stories and harmonies and swimming holes.

Her first album, "Ready or Not," was release in 2012. Her second album, "Daughter of Your Lost Art," was released October 2014 to a sold out crowd at The Parlor Room in Northampton, MA.
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