By age 17, Joanna Teters was already beginning to prove herself as a talented and motivated musician. She first began working with bass player Ben Carr as bass/vocal duo in the summer of 2009 and later expanded to a full five piece band, now known as Mad Satta.
In her first year at Berklee College of Music, she was selected as a featured soloist with the incredible “Rhythm of the Universe” project, released an album with Mad Satta (previously known as The Joanna Teters Experiment), was the lead singer in the well known reggae band Hi-Gate Soundsystem, studied and performed with the Bob Marley ensemble and Lenny Stallworth’s Funk and Soul and P-Funk ensembles, been a featured vocalist on a myriad of other artist’s tracks and performed in many venues in Boston and the tri-state area— and this is just the beginning.
She is a motivated and devoted singer that will bring a unique sound to any project she is involved in. Over the past two years, she has worked with fellow Berklee bass player/producer Drew Moore to create four unique tracks (6 to the 8, X, Big Fat Bass, Oxidizer.) She recently traveled to Los Angeles in the summer of 2011 to play Brazilian bossa nova and samba with Berklee Presidential Scholar Balam Garcia, and then to San Juan, Puerto Rico to tour with her band Da'Bone Hip Hop Project in January of 2012. She is currently setting up a tour with Mad Satta for the summer of 2012 where they will play both originals and arrangements of covers ranging from jazz to funk to R&B.
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