In 1979 with a rock and soul upbringing Joey Love uprooted from Pennsylvania and moved to Texas. It was in there that he was introduced to a melting pot of various music including Blues, Reggae, Rock, R&B, Country as well as Jam Band music and the rest is history. The stage is no stranger as he has been performing in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as regionally for well over 35 years. Fronting his own project (The Joey Love Trio) has placed him in numerous festivals as well as traveling the small to medium venue circuit in Texas. You can still catch the trio however post pandemic you will see/hear that Joey's solo acoustic performances have been gaining attention covering an eclectic mix of Blues, R&B, Rock, Reggae and more...
Aside from his solo project Joey has performed with Wanda King (the daughter of the legendary Freddie King, Rock N Roll Hall of Fame inductee... 2012) as well as TD Wilt who is an East Texas favorite. Joey has shared the bill with the likes of Eddie Money, Robert Randolph, Billy Cox (Band of Gypsy's), Eric Johnson, Etta James, The Blues Brothers (Dan Akroyd,Jim Belushi), Bobby Blue Bland, Hubert Sumlin, David Sanborn, and has also opened for Johnny Winter, Blue Oyster Cult, Robert Cray, Jimmie Vaughan, Savoy Brown, WC Clark, Monte Montgomery, Stephen Bruton as well as performed in a National TV Commercial for Famous Dave's BBQ.
Joey has 2 independently released CD's, Good Phone and Live,Raw and Uncut which was engineered by Chet Himes (Carole King, Ted Nugent, Christopher Cross, Austin City Limits,etc) and also has co-write credits and recorded on Wanda King's latest CD "Bridges". He has been reviewed in regional publications as well as national ones such as Blues Revue and Living Blues. His original song Last Broken Heart was featured on a independent artist compilation CD that was packaged and distributed worldwide with SPIN Magazine.
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