Premiere: Chris Joyner Keeps it Funky on New Album Domino

The former session pianist turned frontman is dropping his new album today. Listen to the whole thing right here

Ever since he was offered his first major label deal at the age of 19, L.A. pianist Chris Joyner has been the guy the stars go to for superb piano accompaniment on their records. On his new solo album, Domino, which we’re proud to premiere today, Joyner takes the center stage to unfurl the full scope of his musical vision through ten tracks of swinging piano rock that is guaranteed to pep up your Tuesday.

As a session musician, Joyner has appeared on countless albums and world tours with artists such as Jason Mraz, Ray LaMontagne, Sheryl Crow, Tom Morello, Amos Lee, Citizen Cope, Jack Johnson, Sara Bareilles, and Ben Harper. With his signature syncopated style, Joyner’s sound is is characterized by a mix of influences from jazzed up 70’s ballad rock to groovy funk and classic soul.

Take a listen below.