“Find your dream and use it to help others; don’t take what you’ve been given in vain. I couldn’t, and still can’t imagine a better lifestyle.”
Every person is put on this earth for a reason and has a specific purpose. For Caroline Joyce, that purpose is music for not only growing her passion, but also helping others live a happy life.
From a young age, Joyce knew music was her love and driving force. Any time she has the opportunity to jump on stage and sing she would grasp it. When she was three, Joyce was determined that “Sweet Caroline” was written for her, so she belted every note for anyone that would listen. As she grew, Joyce honed her talent and begun piano and vocal lessons when she was 6 with her grandmother. In the following years she picked up guitar, and realized that recreational music wasn’t enough. “I wanted to share everything I had with the world.”
Joyce booked her first gig at a local restaurant at thirteen, covering acoustic country and pop styles, and thus began her career. Since then, she has frequently performed at local restaurants, festivaIs, and she has opened for multiple national artists such as Neal Mccoy and Colin Ray. Her most cherished performances are when Joyce has performed for fundraisers such as the Alzheimer's Alliance annual Wine Fest, Dine on the Line for downtown awareness for her hometown, Texarkana, and Race for the Cure.
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