John Joseph "Jay" Joyce is an American record producer, songwriter and session musician. In the 1990s, Joyce, with Chris Feinstein and Brad Pemberton, recorded and toured as Iodine and began working as a record producer, working with artists such as The Wallflowers, Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, White Reaper and Cage the Elephant. In the 2000s, Joyce began produced Eric Church, Halestorm, Zac Brown Band, Brandy Clark, Amos Lee, Declan McKenna, Fidlar and Little Big Town. He has also played guitar for Crowded House, The Wallflowers, John Hiatt, Iggy Pop, Brendan Benson and Macy Gray.
|Birth name||John Joseph "Jay" Joyce|
|Born||Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.|
In recent years the Grammy Award-Winning Producer of the Year has worked with Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Brothers Osborne and Miranda Lambert, as well as played a major role in helping newcomers Ashley McBryde, LANCO, Devin Dawson and Tenille Townes find unique sounds and hone their songwriting abilities. In 2014 Joyce partnered with Warner/Chappell to establish Neon Cross Music, a publishing company with a roster of rock, pop and country artists and writers.
Joyce has also received four CMA Awards and five ACM Awards including Producer of the Year. In 2018, rock critic Rob Harvilla of "The Ringer" named Joyce "the most influential—and hardest-rocking—man in Country music."
|1999||Chantal Kreviazuk||Colour Moving and Still||"Before You"||Chantal Kreviazuk|
|Shelby Lynne||I Am Shelby Lynne||"Dream Some"||Shelby Lynne, Dorothy Overstreet|
|2004||Marc Broussard||Carencro||"Save Me"||Marc Broussard|
|Low Millions||Ex-Girlfriends||"Here She Comes"||Adam Cohen|
|Liam Titcomb||Liam Titcomb||"Cross Yourself"|
|2005||Faith Hill||Fireflies||"The Lucky One"||Brad Warren, Brett Warren|
|2009||Love and Theft||World Wide Open||"Freedom"||Stephen Barker Liles, Brad Warren, Brett Warren|
|2011||Emmylou Harris||Hard Bargain||"Cross Yourself"|
|2012||Little Big Town||Tornado||"Leavin' In Your Eyes"||Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Brett Warren, Brad Warren|
|2013||Thomas Rhett||It Goes Like This||"All-American Middle Class White Boy"||Thomas Rhett, Brett Warren, Brad Warren|
|Keith Urban||Fuse||"Lucky Charm"||Keith Urban, Jeremy Spillman|
|2014||Little Big Town||Pain Killer||"Good People"||Natalie Hemby, Jeremy Spillman|
|"Turn the Light On"||Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Phillip Sweet, |
Kimberly Schlapman, Natalie Hemby, Jeremy Spillman
|"Silver and Gold"||Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jedd Hughes|
|1998||Patty Griffin||Flaming Red||All tracks except "One Big Love"|
|1999||Tim Finn||Say It Is So||All tracks|
|Chantal Kreviazuk||Colour Moving and Still||All tracks|
|2000||Rubyhorse||How Far Have You Come?||All tracks|
|The Warren Brothers||King of Nothing||"King of Nothing"|
|2001||Tim Finn||Feeding the Gods||All tracks|
|John Hiatt||The Tiki Bar Is Open||All tracks|
|2006||Eric Church||Sinners Like Me||All tracks|
|2008||Cage the Elephant||Cage the Elephant||All tracks|
|2009||Eric Church||Carolina||All tracks|
|2011||Cage the Elephant||Thank You, Happy Birthday||All tracks|
|Eric Church||Chief||All tracks|
|Emmylou Harris||Hard Bargain||All tracks|
|2012||Little Big Town||Tornado||All tracks|
|The Wallflowers||Glad All Over||All tracks|
|2013||Cage the Elephant||Melophobia||All tracks|
|Eric Church||Caught in the Act||All tracks|
|Patty Griffin||Silver Bell||All tracks (co produced w/Craig Ross)|
|Amos Lee||Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song||All tracks|
|Thomas Rhett||It Goes Like This||"Whatcha Got in That Cup", "Something to Do with My Hands", "Make Me Wanna",|
"Front Porch Junkies (Remix)", "All-American Middle Class White Boy", "Beer with Jesus"
|Keith Urban||Fuse||"Love's Posters Child", "Lucky Charm" (both co-produced w/Urban)|
|2014||Eric Church||The Outsiders||All tracks|
|Little Big Town||Pain Killer||All tracks|
|Randy Rogers Band||Homemade Tamales – Live at Floore's|
|Sleeper Agent||About Last Night|
|2015||Eric Church||Mr. Misunderstood||All tracks|
|Coheed and Cambria||The Color Before the Sun||All tracks (co produced w/Coheed and Cambria)|
|Halestorm||Into the Wild Life||All tracks|
|Carrie Underwood||Storyteller||"Renegade Runaway", "Dirty Laundry", "Smoke Break", |
"Choctaw County Affair", "Like I'll Never Love You Again", "Chaser"
|Zac Brown Band||Jekyll + Hyde||"Homegrown", "Bittersweet" (both co-produced w/Zac Brown)|
|2016||Brothers Osborne||Pawn Shop|
|Brandy Clark||Big Day in a Small Town||All tracks|
|2017||Little Big Town||The Breaker||All tracks|
|2018||Brothers Osborne||Port Saint Joe||All tracks|
|Ashley McBryde||Girl Going Nowhere||All tracks|
|Eric Church||Desperate Man||All tracks|
- "Little Big Town: About". Little Big Town. Archived from the original on 15 November 2012. Retrieved 3 November 2012.
- "M Music & Musicians Magazine » JAY JOYCE". Mmusicmag.com. Retrieved 2012-08-10.
- "Post News | Jay Joyce installs 48 channel SSL Duality console in Nashville facility". Solid State Logic. 2008-03-28. Retrieved 2012-08-10.
- "M Music & Musicians Magazine » JAY JOYCE". Retrieved 2020-07-17.
- "Warner/Chappell Music Signs Co-Pub Deal With Joyce". 2014-04-23. Retrieved 2020-07-17.
- "Past Winners And Nominees". 2019 CMA Awards | Wednesday, November 13 on ABC. Retrieved 2020-07-17.
- LTD, BubbleUp. "winners". Academy of Country Music. Retrieved 2020-07-17.
- Harvilla, Rob (2018-08-21). "The Most Influential—and Hardest-Rocking—Man in Country Music". The Ringer. Retrieved 2020-07-17.
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