Joanna Teters is carving a place for herself in the hearts and minds of today’s music lovers with original, forward-thinking, new school soul music.
Increasingly recognized for her ability to switch effortlessly from lush, deeply sultry tones to rugged reggae and blues, Teters’ serves her audiences with playful and energetic yet poised performances of both original compositions and covers. After many formative years in the mountains of upstate New York amidst a family where music was a second language, she went on to pursue her degree at Berklee College of Music. There, she began to develop her craft over the years as bandleader, songwriter, front woman and has since been seen over the years with Mad Satta, Drew ofthe Drew, Lowtone Society, and iLa Mawana (to name a few) and has opened for artists like Jacob Collier, Emily King, Thundercat, Ozomatli and Erykah Badu. She now resides in Brooklyn, NY. She is joined onstage by her musical team—bassist Ben Carr, drummer Zane West, vocalist Julia Zivic and keyboardist Itamar Gov Ari. Her debut release under her name solely entitled “Warmer When It Rains," was released on January of 2018 and the follow-up EP “Back to Brooklyn” was released in June of 2018.