Vance Joy
Sala La Riviera
June 13, 2019


Sala La Riviera
Paseo Bajo de La Virgen, Madrid, MD, 28005, ES


Thursday, June 13, 2019
9:00 PM

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Vance Joy Biography

James Keogh (better known as Vance Joy) is an Australian singer-songwriter born in Melbourne. Vance Joy has signed a five-album deal with Atlantic Records. He has a arts/law degree from Monash University. He released his debut EP God Loves You When You're Dancing in March 2013. His song "Riptide" was voted number 1 on the 2013 Triple J Hottest 100 with follow up single, Play With Fire coming in at #95.

Early life and football career
In 2008 and 2009, Keogh played for the Coburg Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL), winning their best first year player award in 2008.
Music career
2013–present: God Loves You When You're Dancing
On January 21, 2013 Vance Joy released his debut single "From Afar". On March 22, 2013 he released his debut EP God Loves You When You're Dancing. The single "Riptide" became a success on Australian commercial radio, peaking at number 6 on the ARIA Singles Chart and being certified triple platinum by the Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA). The music video was directed by Dimitri Basil. The song also features in a GoPro TV advertising campaign in the US.

Speaking in an interview with Soundcheck in January 2014, Keogh talked about how he thinks the album will sound, saying "I think there's always a bit of variety with my songwriting, so probably the EP is a good reflection of what the rest of the album will be like. It's all different songs, I guess, but all tied together in a way."
Keogh said in an interview with Triple J about his stage name, "I was going through a Peter Carey phase and reading a lot of his books. There's a book called Bliss. The main character's name is Harry Joy and his grandfather is Vance Joy. He's the storyteller and a crazy old man. Plus, I thought it was a cool name."