Joey Grace

Joey Grace is a music producer, singer and live performer based in Long Beach, California. She refers to her music style as “sexygloom”. During live performances she plays the keytar, synths, and percussion while using a vocal effects machine to produce lush on-the-spot harmonies and ethereal loops. As one audience member put it after seeing a live show, “Joey Grace’s on-stage performance sounds like a dark version of Enya meets Marilyn Manson.” Over the years Joey Grace has performed at DreamWorks Animation, House of Blues, the Special Olympics World Games, and she sang the National Anthem at Staples Center. Music influences include Laurie Anderson, Kate Bush and Peter Gabriel. She produces all of her own music and music videos at the Joey Grace Studio in Long Beach, California. She also collaborates with other musicians and visual artists around the world. Her most recent song releases “I Can’t Catch You” and “Biorobot” are gaining attention worldwide as artistic cinematic tracks. Her latest music videos “Guns On Sunday” and “Beautiful Storm” are quite unique, with Joey Grace producing, filming, and editing as well as starring in the videos. With three new music collaborations in the works, Joey is keeping busy! She is currently available for hire to create music and soundscapes for video games, events, promos, ads, TV, film, commercials, and other projects. As a fashion lover, one of her biggest goals is to create music for fashion brands, to be used for runway fashion shows. If you’d like to get updates about new music and video releases, and hear what Joey Grace is up to, be sure to get on the email list at! Joey Grace is an independent artist who does everything herself: Write songs, sing, record, produce, mix, master, film, edit… you name it, she does it all. She is quite literally a one-woman show.



Contact Information

Joey Grace
(585) 278-7900

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Artist Work

Biorobot (2022)
When humans cleaned up the radioactive debris at Chernobyl in 1986, they were referred to as “biorobots”. Joey Grace's song “Biorobot” can be found and purchased as an NFT on the platform, and can also be heard on all music streaming platforms worldwide.


Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Biorobot · Joey Grace Biorobot ℗ 2022 Joey Grace Released on: 2022-01-21 Auto-generated by YouTube.

I Can't Catch You (2021)
Joey Grace's song "I Can't Catch You" conveys anguish and despair after years of attempting to get help for someone who has mental health problems. Sometimes in life we can only love people from afar.

I Can't Catch You

Provided to YouTube by CDBaby I Can't Catch You · Joey Grace I Can't Catch You ℗ 2021 Joey Grace Released on: 2021-04-16 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Racer (2018)
The song "Racer" by Joey Grace is a fan favorite. It was inspired by a failed relationship with a motorcycle racer who broke the artist's heart. The best way for Joey Grace to cope with a broken heart?... Make a song about it!


Provided to YouTube by CDBaby Racer · Joey Grace · Benny July Beautiful Storm ℗ 2018 Jennifer Lindsay Kerner Released on: 2018-10-05 Auto-generated by YouTube.

Guns On Sunday (2022)
Joey Grace's music video for her song "Guns On Sunday" was shot, edited, and sung by the artist herself. The song conveys the dichotomy of emotions in relationships.

JOEY GRACE - GUNS ON SUNDAY (Official Music Video)

Guns On Sunday music video. Shot, directed, edited & released by Joey Grace. Shot using an iPhone SE 2nd Generation with Moment brand lenses and a Movie Freefly Cinema Robot Gimbal.