Joan Hamilton

Biography


"...an astonishingly talented singer/songwriter. Hamilton's music evokes a variety of emotions depending upon where her muse takes her."

Nuvo News Weekly       


Joan Hamilton is an independent recording artist from Indianapolis, Indiana.

She has recorded five CD's to date, with her newest, City, released in January of 2020. Hamilton's all original music is an eclectic mix of flok, rock, jazz and blues. Her style has been compared with that of Paul Simon, The Indigo Girls, and Joni Mitchell.

City, consists of thirteen original songs and showcases several nationally recognized musicians including Sandy Williams, Dane Clark, Troye Kinnett, Arman Sangalanga, and long-time bassist for Johnny Cash, Dave Roe.

Three of Joan's singles have been released nationally, including "To Be You" from Flying on 390 recorded with members of the band The Lemonheads and selected as the #1 track on the acclaimed Oasis Volume V album.

Over 25 of Joan's original songs have been played on radio stations nationally and internationally, including her hit country song, "My Little Sister Rides A Harley." Joan is a past recipient of a 10th Place award in the International John Lennon Songwriters Competition.

Such prestigious national radio shows as Almost Folk and others have played her songs on regular rotation. She received a local Emmy Award for "Best Live Performance" on Public Television in the 1990s.

Grey Larsen, Grammy Award-Winning musician and producer, describes Hamilton... "An insightful songwriter...She sings with such a broad range of emotion and energy...Her persona on stage is full of charisma!"

Joan Hamilton's new CD "City" can be streamed and/or purchased on most popular music sites including Amazon, iTunes, and CD Baby.



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