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Lady J Huston Web Logo, www.msjoyce.com

 

Hello fans and friends, new and old!  We welcome you and trust that you will find the information here entertaining and inspiring. Lady J Huston is a multi-talented entertainer; accomplished as a singer, songwriter, musician and recording artist, she has performed on many stages across the country, appearing on television & radio internationally, in news print & other media.

AudioOrder a CD or track at: http://msjoyce.com/sounds.htm or stream on Soundcloud.

UPCOMING SHOWS

Lady J Huston Collage

Sunday, April 5, 4:00pm – 7:00pm Cancelled per CDC requirements.
The Lady J Huston Show
National Blues Museum
615 Washington Ave., 63101 / (314) 925-0016
Ticket: $15 online, call, or at Box Office.

Sunday, April 19, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Grown & Sexy...Presenting an Old School Party
Eugene Johnson & Co. with Special Guest, Lady J Huston
The Signature Club
9002 Overland Plaza, Overland 63114 / (314) 222-8966
Ticket: $15 (call Eugene at 314-537-2396), $20 Door

Sunday, April 26, 11:00am - 12:00pm
Lady J Huston Solo
Center for Spiritual Living, St. Louis
12875 Fee Fee Rd, 63146 / (314) 576-6772
No Cover.

Tuesday, May 12, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
St. Louis Blues Society Presents...
Dark Room at the Grandel
3610 Grandel Square 63103 / (314) 776-9550
No Cover, Call to RSVP Seating.

Thursday, May 28, 8:00pm - 11:00pm
The Lady J Huston Show
Blues Cruise at the Gateway Arch
50 S. Leonor K. Sullivan Blvd., 63102 / (877) 982-1410
The riverboats are docked on the Mississippi riverfront
just east of the Gateway Arch. Click here for Riverboat Cruises info.
For a cash fee, convenient parking is available on the levee near the dock.
Ticket: 21+ only, $23. Reservations are required.

Sunday, June 28, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
The Lady J Huston Show
National Blues Museum
615 Washington Ave., 63101 / (314) 925-0016
Ticket: $15 online, call, or at Box Office.

Sunday, July 5, 11:00am - 12:00pm
Lady J Huston Solo
Center for Spiritual Living, St. Louis
12875 Fee Fee Rd, 63146 / (314) 576-6772
No Cover.

Sunday, August 16, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
The Lady J Huston Show
National Blues Museum
615 Washington Ave., 63101 / (314) 925-0016
Ticket: $15 online, call, or at Box Office.

Saturday, September 19, 8:45pm (doors 7:00pm)
Lady J Huston Solo, plus other Artists
HARRIS ENTERTAINMENT PRESENTS
THE R&B BATTLE OF THE STARS!!
The Duck Room At Blueberry Hill (St. Louis Landmark to Chuck Berry)
6504 Delmar in The Loop, 63130 / (314) 727-4444
Tickets: $20, VIP Seats $25.

Coming Soon; Sunday, 5:00pm – 7:30pm
The Lady J Huston Show
The New Club Diamonds
3156 Pershall Rd., 63135 / (314) 455-2050
$5 Cover

 


 

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Originating from St. Louis, MO, as a child she performed in many venues as a modern dancer with her mother, Loyce Huston.  As a teenager, she got her first taste of fame as the vocalist with Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer, Johnnie Johnson (a/k/a Father of Rock 'n Roll piano) who was Chuck Berry's original pianist and which the song "Johnny B. Good" was written in honor of.

Albert KingLady J's next big break came at the age of 18 when she toured with the legendary Blues Hall of Famer, Albert "Blues Boy" King band for several years [more].   On May 18, 2013 HBO aired the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame ceremony where Albert King was inducted.

Lady J was hired as a Trumpeter and eventually moved up the ranks as horn section leader, then Music Director as well as Opening Act.  Being the only female in an all male band was most interesting.  She was performing amongst stars such as Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, Etta James, Millie Jackson, Bo Didley and many other blues legends. Lady J performed with Albert King on the only known fully televised performance featuring him on the Maintenance Shop Blues PBS special.

ABC World News with Diane Sawyer Lady J appeared on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer on March 28. You can view the episode at: http://abcnews.go.com/WNT/
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Henderson Press Hot Spot of the Week

Henderson Press, Hot Spot of the Week selected performance at Lake Las Vegas which drew over 1,500 people in attendance!

 

Lady J's farewell from Las Vegas in 2013 was jammed pack with a show that featured many popular performing artists.

Las Vegas Informer
"Until We Meet Again"
by Debbie Hall

Lady J now resides in St. Louis, MO and is continuing her musical pursuits with an emphasis on recording and composing original song. During her 25+ years in Las Vegas, NV she performed as a headliner, in festivals, clubs, with her band (Lady "J" Huston & The Fireballs) and honored with receiving multiple music awards.

Lady J Huston - Las Vegas Queen of the Blues

    2013 ECE Best Blues Band Award

    Las Vegas Band Members: Glenn Hamann (Guitar), Willie Fisher (Drums), Darrell Craig Harris (Bass), Russell Burt (Saxophones), Lady J Huston (Vocalist/Trumpeter), Mike Hepner (Keys), Steve Scheck (Tombone). Not pictured: Derek "Baby D" Galbreith (Bass) & Z. Lipsky, Manager

     

    2018 "Women in Arts" awarded by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), O'Fallon, MO Chapter.

    2013 Inducted into the Las Vegas Entertainment Consumers Exchange (ECE) "Hall of Fame".

    2012 voted "Best Blues Performer" awarded by the Las Vegas Black Music Association (BMA).

    2011 Honors Award for "Best Blues Performer" by the ECE.

    2010 voted "Best Blues Band" awarded by the BMAs.

    2009 voted "Best Blues Performer" awarded by the BMAs.

    • Lady "J" Huston, Trumpeter/VocalistDuring her college pursuits, she attended the University of Kansas and Howard University with music and academic scholarships, and eventually graduated from the University of Redlands, CA earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree.
    • Advocacy: Cox TV show & hostess, "On the Go ... with Amie Jo", filmed the band at the Texas Station in support of Lady J's advocacy for Lupus, Fibromyalgia and individuals with disabilities. Lupus predominately affects women of color, especially African Americans. It can be debilitating or worse. More research and awareness is needed to find a cure, genetic links, earlier diagnoses & better treament options. The show aired on COX Cable - Channel 128 (CBS Digital).

      Lady J continues to provide support to these causes with speaking engagements and performances. She shares her amazing path to healing from using Functional Medicine.

For more information, contact: TheLady(at)msjoyce.com.


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