Joselyn Wilkinson and Don Barrozo

Los Angeles, CA
2 members (vocal, guitar, ukulele, foot percussion),
Option to add 1-3 musicians (guitar, violin, background vocal, drums)

Modern, Acoustic Folk
Festivals, Special Events, Music for a Cause, Opening Act

Residency and Outreach Activities Available
(Songwriting workshop)

ABOUT

Joselyn and Don have traveled musically divergent paths, beginning in their native Montana, through years of musical exploration in Los Angeles, and have arrived “home again” with a new project that brings them together. Joselyn is a singer, songwriter and percussionist, who founded women’s world music band, ADAAWE, opening for artists like James Brown and Mickey Hart, while touring the U.S. She released two albums of original music, “ShapeShifting” and “Chance for Rain,” to rave reviews and independent radio airplay, supported by performances at festivals, colleges and clubs. In this new project, Joselyn is joined by her husband, Don Barrozo, a multi-instrumentalist who supported artists like Jill Sobule and fronted his solo trumpet project while also serving as the film editor for “The Simpsons.”

Together, Joselyn and Don explore the crossroads between modern folk and soul, life and dreams, past and present. Simple, elegant arrangements use creative orchestration to showcase Joselyn’s soulful voice. The duo performs live at regional festivals, events and venues, and has opened for artists including Willie Watson and Chris Stills. Their sound is warm, earthy, moody, evocative, and lovely. Watch for a debut 2019 album release!

 

 

 

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