Joyism to the world

The Love Dogs have been playing around the traps on the east coast for the last five years. And what a fine dance band they are... were.

Band leader Tony Llewellyn (pictured), has found another vehicle for his interactive keyboard dance and funky grooves his new band is called Joyism. Its a progression from The Love Dogs style.

Tony was a vocalist and keyboard player with that famous Aussie outfit Icehouse, touring with them for two years.

With the new tunes being driven by his keyboard chevrolet, and by complementing the existing repertoire, Joyisms music was made to keep a dance floor grooving with a mix of covers and originals. Overall, Joyism has a sort of European sound. (It doesnt sound like Aussie pub rock, put it that way.)

Tony will be launching his new album Tony Llewellyn Joyism at the Ballina RSL Club this Saturday, January 27, from 9pm. And its free. Oh joy!

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