A native of South Louisiana, Joyce Spencer began playing the clarinet in 5th grade, but switched to tenor saxophone in the 12th. During this time, her musical influence included blues, jazz, zydeco, gospel, classical and R&B. She later included the alto sax and flute at McNeese State University where she received a bachelor’s degree in instrumental music education. After a 20-year hiatus, Joyce began playing again in churches and many other venues. After several attempts to collaborate with others, she composed and “self-produced” her own CD, entitled “Sweet Dreams. The CD is a collection of instrumental (alto/soprano sax and flute) and vocal music created to calm, sooth, and bring healing to the deep recesses of your soul. Her music has been labeled Christian, Inspirational Jazz, Smooth Jazz, and Smooth/Contemporary Gospel, but she plays all styles, including Straight Ahead and Mainstream Jazz.
Simply amazing. The feel that your sax puts out is nothing short of incredible with every note you can hear your talent shine through. See you at the top and that is exactly where you are going my friend
thanx to you for the friendship, it is my Hope as artist we support one another on this Musical Journey, stop on by anytime and catch my vibe!...I'll certainly do the same...Have an awesome week ahead...Peace...Frontline