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Meet Joyce

Multi-Instrumentalist-Joyce Sampson Music

Joyce Sampson is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.   She has been playing music since childhood and has toured extensively as a bass player and backing vocalist in original bands and in cover bands that played for the Armed Forces Entertainment Group. 

In 2019, she began songwriting for artists, and within two years, her hard work and talent led to two cuts and releases: “If Heaven was a House” by award-winning and Billboard-topping country and bluegrass artist, Kristy Cox (Billy Blue Records label), and “Get Out” by independent Canadian country artist Tianna Woods.  

In 2022, a lyric line Joyce wrote was chosen by artist Alex Boyé to be part of his Suicide Prevention Anthem “If You Leave Now.”

Click to hear “If Heaven Was A House” and here for “Get Out”. 

Watch Alex’s performance

Contact Joyce to write a song for you or with you.

Sat, Dec 9, 2023 @ 7pm – 10pm

The Box Seat Sports Grill

Located in the Shoppin Mill

15650 Vineyard Blvd

Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Tues, Dec 19, 2023 @ 6:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Nashville Songwriter Shows – Jimmy and Anna-Lisa

Commodore Lounge – Holiday Inn Nashville-Vanderbilt

2613 West End Ave
Nashville, TN 37203



Joyce’s co-written song “Get Out” was released by Canadian independent country artist.  It is receiving airplay on numerous Canadian radio stations, including Sirius XM’s channel, CBC 171. 

Joyce’s co-written song “If Heaven was a House” was released by Billy Blue Records label artist Kristy Cox in February 2022 on her “Shades of Blue Album.”  Known as the Queen of Bluegrass in Australia, Kristy Cox is a multiple winner of the Country Music Association of Australia’s Golden Guitar Awards (the Australian equivalent of a CMA).  She currently makes her home in Nashville, TN.

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Joyce’s recording and performance career includes writing, playing bass, acoustic and electric guitars, percussion, and singing vocals in numerous original bands, one of which received notice in Billboard Magazine, and another which was covered in Grits, a now-defunct magazine covering original southern rock bands.