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    Joey Daniels

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1I'll Be Your Whiskey lyrics
    2Miracle lyrics
    3Swinging Door lyrics
    4Believe lyrics
    5Crazier Than Usual lyrics
    6Hands on You lyrics
    7Take Me Off the Market lyrics
    8Man Of My Dreams lyrics
    9This Is Me Missing You lyrics
    10Kiss-N-Tell lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Take Me Off the Market [Big3] [2005]


    "I'm simple," says singer/songwriter Joey Daniels, country music's
    brightest rising-star. "I like blue jeans and bare feet - just simple
    life." And it is a simple life she shares with you as she opens her
    heart on her simply refreshing debut album, Take Me Off The
    Market, on Big3 Nashville which hit stores on September 13th..
    Upbeat, easygoing and magnetic not only describe the album's
    tracks, but mirror the down-home girl who wrote many of the
    songs included on the debut release. "Right now I'm happy in my
    life and this CD is a reflection of that."

    A perfect blend of feel-good songs and powerhouse ballads, Joey's
    debut was proudly co-produced by two of Nashville's power
    producers, James Stroud and Mark Bright. In addition, Bill Edwards,
    Chairman and CEO of Big3 Records, produced several tracks along
    with co-producer Jim "Pinky" Beeman and co-writer Jason Pennock,
    Joey's brother. Joey successfullyd elivers a soulful project destined
    to command the respect of music lovers worldwide.

    The album's first single, "Swinging Door," is an infectious, "woman's
    point of view" anthem, produced by Mark Bright. Joey's playful,
    toe-tapping delivery is also incredibly strong-willed and will be
    appreciated by women around the world. In the song, Joey finally
    puts her foot down to a guy that 'cats around' by boldly stating:
    "You can't just walk in, walk out, like so many times before. I ain't
    your swinging door." In August, 2005, Joey and Director Peter
    Zavadil filmed the video for "Swinging Door" in Austin, TX.

    Other standout tracks include "'I'll Be Your Whiskey," another
    powerful Mark Bright track bursting with its visual imagery and
    the memorable, up-tempo "Hands On You" produced by James
    Stroud. Joey showcases her strong, heartwarming vocal and
    songwriting talent on "Do It Again" and "Miracle," proving she
    can serenade with the best. She also gives you classic country
    heartbreak on "Without You."

    "'Take Me Off the Market' is something that I've been saying
    forever," explains Joey, describing the album's title track as "a
    fun song." Voicing a request that many women wish for, she
    playfully challenges her lover, urging him to "take me off the
    market, and make me your woman, let's seal the deal, let's
    make it real and start making wedding plans." She lifts you up
    on "Believe," a song she co-wrote with Jason, the day after 9/11.
    "When it happened I felt so out of control," she says passionately.
    "The only way I felt I could do anything was to write a song."
    The emotionally charged ballad inspires listeners that "all things
    are possible, just believe."

    This may be Joey's first release, but this songbird is no newcomer
    to the music scene. "I've been singing forever," Joey nostalgically
    recalls. "My mom has tapes of me when I was two years old. I
    would make up songs and she would record them." Growing up
    in tiny Creston, British Columbia, Joey enjoyed an idyllic childhood
    in many ways and loved her hometown, though she constantly
    looked forward to the day she could take her talent to a bigger city
    and give it wings. "I'm so thankful I grew up there," says Joey. "It
    was like growing up in the 50's or something,we rode our bikes,
    and went fishing, and played outside until 10 o'clock at night, and
    no one had to worry. It was great. But I was always thinking about
    my music. It was such a passion for me."

    Joey penned her first song at 16 and discovered her passion for
    writing. "As soon as we started writing songs I fell in love with it,"
    explains the multi-talented artist who plays the piano and guitar.
    It was at that time Joey decided this is what she wanted to do with
    the rest of her life. "I didn't think about singing seriously as a career
    until 16. Before then it was just something that I loved to do."

    With a wide variety of musical influences including Linda Ronstadt,
    Shania Twain, John Mayer and The Pretenders, Joey grew up
    listening to everything from country to pop, R&B and rock. "If it's
    good music I'm going to listen to it. Because of my background I
    might sit down one day and write a pop song and the next day a
    country song. Limiting a writer is like giving an artist a pallet of
    paint," she further explains, "but telling them all they can use is
    blue and red for the rest of their lives. It would be really boring.
    For me, I see music in the same way. I have chosen to do country
    because I love it, but when I'm sitting around the house I'm going to
    continue to paint with all of the colors." And all the colors are evident
    on her debut album, a self-described "soundtrack of my life." It is

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