Biography

The Japanese singer redirects to here: Joseph Greenwood (Joy)

There are several groups named Joy:
1) band from San Diego, US. They released self-titled album in 2012.
2) French electronic music duo who are brothers, Lucas et Baptiste Malgoire.
3) A Belgian trio with Marc Huyghens
4) An Austrian Soft-Pop-Band of the ’80s. Very famous in the Far East.
5) Belgian people (J.C. Maury , Patrick Fasseau) from Belgium in 1987, whose only production was the track “Elle et moi” (She and i) in 1987.
6) Swedish Post-punk/New-wave band. Released a couple of 7” in the 80’s.
7) Electronica artist. One of his songs, “The Crow” was recently been featured on the chillout music compilation L’été abstrait vol. 3
8) Five piece rock band from Louisiana, active in the the 70’s.
9) Japanese punk/hardcore group from Tokyo.
10) A female Serbian singer.
11) A South African vocal group consisting of Felicia Marian, Thoka Ndlozi and Anneline Malebo who had a N°1 hit in South Africa in 1980 with “Paradise Road”.
12) A female singer living in Auroville, India. She sings mainly in English and Sanskrit.
13) An acoustic band from Boston, Mass.
14) Some Christian bands
15) A new swedish rapper named Joy M’batha, released her first single “Kattliv” in november 2014.

Edited by Always_mongo on 16 Nov 2014, 07:37

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