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Joon Wolfsberg (* March 8, 1992 in Cologne) is an Erfurt-based Singer-Songwriter from Germany.
She got introduced to music at the age of 6, taking piano, drums and singing lessons at the public music shool Erfurt in Germany. With 14 she taught herself how to play the guitar.
Soon she wrote her first songs and made a name for herself. At the age of 16, when composing a song for a project of Black Eyed Peas singer will.i.am, she got the first international attention. Until 2010 she used "Joon W." as a short version of her maiden name for her as songwriter.
Ever since 2010 Joon and her father Joe Wolfsberg act as a father-daughter songwriter team, with Joe also taking the role of the executive producer and producer for her albums.
Joon Wolfsberg stays in Tybee Island (Georgia) and in Erfurt Germany.
In July 2010 she recorded a demo album 'Green Boots' which sold out within a month. Shortly after the 'Green Boots' album promotion tour her father Joe Wolfsberg contacted the US. music producer Zach Allen, who agreed to produce the album 'Made in USA'. The 2011 at Tracking Room Studios in Nashville, Tennessee recorded album 'Made in USA' features musicians like Dave Roe (bass player for Johnny Cash, early 1990s-2003), Buddy Hyatt (Piano, Toto), Shawn Fichter (Drums, Peter Frampton) and others.
Joon Wolfsberg, March 2012
The song „Please“ reached in the Swiss a very known status and it got hot rotation airplay on Radio Swiss Pop.
From January to April 2012 Joon recorded her second album 'Wonderland' together with Brad Smith (bass), Christopher Thorn (e-guitar) of the US-based band Blind Melon and Pearl Jam drummer Dave Krusen. The album sold out on amazon.de on the night of its release.
In 2013 Joon she recorded her third album 'Revolujoon' which features former Yardbirds lead vocalist and bassist John Idan on bass, Toni Funk on guitar and Micha Mihla on drums.
Joon Wolfsberg wurde zwar in Köln geboren und wuchs in Erfurt auf - klingt aber ziemlich international. Irgendwo zwischen der Jefferson-Airplane-Sängerin Grace Slick, Folkrock-Elementen und ganz viel Joon Wolfsberg..,
—Willy Theobald, 
Doch wenn man ihren ins Alt driftenden Gesang und den zwischen abgeklärtem Folk-Rock und in Nostalgie badenden Alternativ-Rock-Sound ihrer Band vernimmt, könnte man meinen, die Dame hätte schon viel mehr hinter sich als zwei Dekaden Leben.
— Ostsee-Zeitung.de , 
The Financial Times Deutschland nominated on June 3, 2012 the „Wonderland“ Album as the "Album of the week" and it got the highest rate 5 out 5. 
2010: Green Boots (Demo album)
2011: Made in USA (Debut album)