Teri Joyce

Artist / Band / Musician
Country / Roots Music / Acoustic
"Teri Joyce is simply an extraordinary Texas songstress."
-- Rosie Flores
Teri's CD Kitchen Radio was voted Debut Album of 2009, with Teri as a top female vocalist, by Freeform American Roots (FAR) chart DJs!
Kitchen Radio is Teri's eagerly-awaited debut collection of fourteen original tunes from the gal who wrote Marti Brom's timeless 'Blue Tattoo'. Co-produced with the legendary Justin Trevino and featuring two new duets with Roger Wallace, Kitchen Radio is packed full of honky tonk heroes: Jim Stringer, Dave Biller, Lisa Pankratz (Dave Alvin, Ronnie Dawson), T Jarrod Bonta, and Brad Fordham (Hayes Carll, Jerry Jeff Walker), and includes special guests Brennen Leigh, Cindy Cashdollar (Asleep at the Wheel), Floyd Domino, Marty Muse, Kevin Smith (High Noon, The Derailers), Bobby Flores, Eamon McLoughlin (The Greencards), Ruby Jane Smith, Jake Hooker, and Jim Loessberg.
"I've waited a long time for this record, and my unrealistically high expectations have actually been exceeded."
-- Duncan Warwick, Country Music People (U.K.)
"Fans of REAL country music and heartfelt lyrics can't fail to enjoy this!"
-- Marc Bristol, Blue Suede News
"She's about as tall as a shotgun, but she's larger than life behind a microphone. [Kitchen Radio] solidifies her reputation as a country songwriter."
-- John Conquest, 3rd Coast Music
Read the review by Jerome Clark at Rambles.NET

Austin, Texas songwriter Teri Joyce sings the songs that built the honkytonks and writes the songs that will keep them standing. Her songs have been covered by such roots royalty as Marti Brom, Roger Wallace, Ted Roddy, Karen Poston, and Rick Broussard. Teri's ball-of-fire stage presence and honest country voice have delighted crowds for more than a decade, with her original classics and the country gold she loves to mine.
Proudly raised in Chesapeake, Virginia, Teri served as an Army journalist and was a touring member of the prestigious Army Soldier Show. She did a whole mess of travelin' before finally settling in her parents' home state of Texas. As a budding songwriter, she knew there was no better place to be than Austin. In 1996 Teri joined super showman Ted Roddy in forming the Tearjoint Troubadors, with Teri as rhythm guitarist and featured vocalist alongside fellow 'Teardrop', Karen Poston. Teri soon also launched Teri Joyce and the Tagalongs, who continue to deliver a sizzling 60s/70s Texas honky tonk sound and feature Teri's dynamic duets with long-time singing partner Roger Wallace. The band began with a three-year residency at the world-famous Ginny's Little Longhorn Saloon, and moved beyond Texas to five European tours and counting.
Although Teri is small in stature, she likes a big show, and she looms like a giant to those who remember a time in country music when you could still cheat in a song and smoke in a bar. Turn up the volume on Teri's acclaimed CD, Kitchen Radio, and let's all go back there together.

Buy Teri's CD from Cow Island Music
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