Joy and the Boy | Love Trap

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Love Trap

by Joy and the Boy

The first original song by Joy and the Boy in two years! This song (slightly altered and adapted into French) was featured in early 2012 in a Stella beer commercial. Now the full length version is available for the world!
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Leo Sidran and Joy Dragland, a.ka. Joy and the Boy, have been making music together for over a decade. The duo met at the University Of Wisconsin at a jazz jam session, but it would take a single defining event to kickstart their collaborative efforts. In October of 2000 they were invited to perform at a political rally at the State Capitol in Madison in front of 30,000 people. This was their first performance as a duo, and they realized sometime during that performance that they shared a deep musical connection.

Since those early days, their music has taken them around the world, and around the block. As a group, they have released three full length projects. 2002's Paradise (which briefly charted in Germany), 2007's Soaking Wet, which led the group to Japan for a series of somewhat surreal promotional tours including one particularly memorable jumbotron experience, and Secret Place in 2008, which you have to be a magician to find (it is available on all digital platforms).

Both Joy and Leo relocated from the midwest to New York in 2005 and are busy with a variety of musical projects. In addition to his record production work, Leo is a composer for film and televison; Joy has a steady solo project under her own name.


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