Exclusive First Listen: Juna N Joey “Something Good To Miss”
At only 16 and 18 years of age, Florida natives Juna N Joey already have had quite the musical journey. Since attending Bak School of the Arts and Dreyfoos School of the Arts, the brother/sister country-pop duo’s social media has exploded, with 7 million+ views on YouTube and 6 million+ views on TikTok, thanks in part to placing runners up on Nickelodeon’s America’s Most Musical Family. They have worked with DreamworksTv, had the video for their anti-bullying song “Anchor” featured on Heartland TV Network and The Country Network and partnered with Teach Anti-Bullying. They have written songs along with some of the best in the business in Nashville, NYC and Los Angeles, and are set to release their first EP, produced by Ken Royster (Luke Combs “Hurricane”), this spring.