“Joey Curtin is working with a depth of emotion that few of her peers possess... from a musician’s point of view, she is both an old school intellectual and a modern free-spirit who doesn’t care as much for the parameters set forth by her predecessors as she does evolving her song craft.” 

Indie PULSE Magazine Mindy McCall

REVIEW of Joey’s cover arrangements of Led Zeppelin: 

“In many circumstances I’ve often wondered why people record covers, but if the artist gets it right, as Joey Curtin has done here, then it can give a well-loved song a new lease of life and present a new perspective for the listener and re-introduce them to its spirit….when you hear a song stripped down and played so beautifully on piano it’s almost like hearing it for the first time….. 

Joey has managed to keep the essence of the original but also adds that special feel you’ll recognize if you know her style.” 




Vents magazine RJ Frometa

Our panel of secret judges have now concluded the first rounds of voting for the OWM Awards for 2014, all the finalists and categories can be found below. Joey Curtin -TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES- nominated for Best Piano With Instrumentation” - Steve and Chrissie

One World Music Radio, LONDON

Mainly Piano Kathy Parsons

Jazz Division--Popular Division. An award has been made to JoLynn (Joey) Curtin for the 2011 distribution year.” - ASCAPplus Awards Panel


Joey Curtin sent our radio station a copy of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" for the ""Toad to dance to. For her cheek we asked if she would forward a copy of "Soundtrack for America" so we could preview it. We got a lot more than expected. Within 3weeks of being loaded on to our play list "The Immigrant Song" went to No1. All the more impressive is the fact that our main genres are Blues/Country. I implore you to buy this CD. You will not be disappointed. www.thedevilskitchenradio.co.uk author: todius We (The Devils Kitchen Radio) were first aware of Joey Curtin and Marc Cooper when Joey decided to send a copy of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" to our Radio Station for the "Toad" to dance to. Well ,we got a lot more than expected. After only two weeks being loaded on our play list "The Immigrant Song" from "Soundtrack for America" went to No1. Although not strictly within our Genres we were so Blown Away with the album we had to use it. I implore you to get this CD. You will be very impressed.One of the best submissions we have received at the station. www.thedevilskitchenradio.co.uk” - Todius from the Devils Kitchen Radio in Scotland

— CD BABY Review

Jazz Division--Popular Division. An award has been made to JoLynn (Joey) Curtin for the 2009 distribution year for live performances of her "Soundtrack For America" compositions.” - ASCAP plus awards panel