A collection of original songs addressed "to a certain boy," only to be sung in one's twenties. Features a trio of voice, keyboard & bass, to serenade lovers and avert creepers. Currently available on CD Baby
About the EP:
A concept album in the tradition of Frank Sinatra's "In the Wee Small Hours," vocalist & songwriter Joyce Kwon addresses each of her five songs 'to a certain boy'
, on her first trio EP. She hopes to not be singing these songs past her twenties, and wishes to find a title to the third track in good time. And while guilty of indulging in artificial sweetener, Joyce is trying to break the habit, as it leaves a strange aftertaste. This EP includes Joyce's hit song from her college years at Berkeley, "Don't Ask Me Out," which is still very relevant today, and should go without saying for sorry creepers. Get your copy today! It is perfect for that special someone you want in (or out) of your life.
About the trio:
Joyce Kwon (voice) and Ross Garren (keyboard) met at House of Curries some years ago but both forgot about the encounter. Then they happened to meet again at a pasta/pizza/burger joint and have been friends since. Ross is the kind of person who would order a tofu salad at a ramen house, while everyone else slurps on noodles. Joyce has been pollotarian or pescatarian on and off since junior high school and has dined on monkey head and other Amazonian delicacies in her off phases. Jonathan Richards (bass) can take several hours to eat a sandwich and is watching his figure. Jonathan bonded with Ross over peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and met Joyce, not at a restaurant, but at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
About the artist:
Sarah J. Lee
also went to high school with Joyce & Jonathan and eats. She designed the wonderfully appropriate cover for this EP and you'll be glad if you get a physical copy of the CD with her artwork.