JOE & MARTINA RELEASE LONG AWAITED DEBUT EP, EASY TO LOVE

Agile provide overviews frameworks a high to iterative level for leverage synopsisNASHVILLE, TENN. – (July 2, 2021) –  Powerhouse couple, Joe & Martina, have released their long awaited debut EP, Easy To Love. The new music was produced by Joe Costa and Ben Watts, Mixed by Ben Watts and Mastered by Alex Dobbert.Studio musicians on the project included Grady Saxman: Drums and  Programming, Paul Amundson: Bass, Allan Benton: Bass and Background Vocals, Sol Philcox-Littlefield: Electric and Acoustic Guitar, Lee Turner: Piano, B3 and Keyboards, Joe Costa: Acoustic Guitar, Bruce Gillespie: Background Vocals, Preston Wait: Fiddle and Eddy Dunlap: Steel Guitar. Easy To Love is available for streaming and download on all digital music platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Pandora, Amazon Music and more here.

Easy To Love Track List:
1. Brighter Than Neon (Joe Costa, Dustin Huff, Ray Fulcher)
2. Hangover (Joe Costa, Cassidy Lynn, Dan Wilson)
3. Rhinestoned (Joe Costa, Erin Enderlin, Kimberly Kelly)
4. Easy To Love (Joe Costa, Dustin Huff, Kelsey Hart, Kelby Costner)

About Joe & Martina:
Johnny and June. George and Tammy. Waylon and Jessi. Garth and Trisha. Like the Country music royalty before them, Joe & Martina possess a mutual respect for their craft and the love held for each other is evident whether on or off the stage. Their music unfolds as communicative storytelling through complementary harmonies; It’s a sonic love story unveiled with Bakersfield edge, a touch of modern influence, and the elusive guitar solo. As independent artists, Joe & Martina continuously flex their creative muscles while remaining faithful to their roots and releasing undeniably “Country” material. Songs such as “Hometown Summer Nights,” “Middle of Nowhere, USA,” and “I’ve Been Around” have garnered the married duo numerous accolades including a spotlight by Billboard as an ”Artist to Watch”, an official stage performance at CMA Fest, and allowed the couple to grace the cover of Horse & Agriculture Magazine. Despite a global pandemic resulting in the near halt of the entertainment industry, 2020 earmarked Joe & Martina’s biggest year yet. They appropriately changed their artist name from “Terra Bella” to “Joe & Martina,” authentically marketing themselves just as they are—Country music’s next legendary powerhouse couple—and released Top 30 hit “Give Me Back the 90’s” featuring their GRAMMY-winning idol, John Berry. The single peaked at No. 28 on Music Row’s Country Breakout Chart and the duo was the only unsigned act in the Top 30 for a number of weeks as their colorful, nostalgia-filled music video premiered via Billboard.com—another major milestone for a complete DIY act. Joe, who was the original bass player for the now multi-platinum artist Luke Combs, quickly elevated his lyrical credibility as a songwriter having co-written “Don’t Tempt Me” off of Comb’s This One’s For You and has since been recognized as a producer for not only Joe & Martina material, but rising singer-songwriters such as Allie Colleen, Dustin Huff, and social media sensation Taylor Ray Holbrook. To boot, Martina’s emotionally-charged vocal delivery and exuberant stage presence continues to captivate audiences across the country. Together for over a decade, Joe & Martina secure their position on show-bills alongside Jake Owen, Blake Shelton, Jon Pardi, Lee Brice, Montgomery Gentry, and more. As Terra Bella, Joe and Martina were introduced to esteemed producer/guitarist, Johnny Garcia, who began to coach and produce their material in between tour legs with Garth Brooks. In 2016, the debut EP Road To Forever came to fruition and scored the duo’s first Billboard Indicator (#51) and Music Row (#42) charting song with the single “You’ve Got That Somethin’.” Originally from California’s Central Valley, Joe & Martina’s agricultural upbringing prepared them for the intense routine and dedication that’s necessary for establishing a career in the entertainment business. As individuals, Joe was active on his family farm harvesting crops and raising livestock, while Martina was a practicing equestrian and rodeo queen. The two were introduced through their musical passion and soon after, the evolution of their creative endeavors blossomed simultaneously with their love for each other. The couple married in January 2012 before moving 2,200 miles east to “Music City, USA” to further pursue their artistry.

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