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Lina Loi & Joe Leavy

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Bringing their vocal styles to the Callywood Nation Live are recording artists Lina Loi & Joe Leavy.

Joe Leavy

Internationally influenced in his music, for more than 10 years, Joe worked overseas playing R&B, pop and jazz nightly in popular clubs and hot spots throughout Japan, in bands backing other artists.  His time there was both financially and musically productive.  Family led him to return the United States, taking his gifts to the Las Vegas market, where he once again, kept busy in the local music scene. Over time, the grind burned him out, and he moved to California, set his music aside and opened a construction company, creating a lifestyle more conducive to focusing on his wife and children.

Lina Loi

Lina, is an American R&B and soul singer and songwriter. Lina’s introduction to music started at the age of four when she began singing at church. After cultivating her gospel and jazz roots by touring with the church choir, performing with her mother and singing at social gatherings, Lina was signed to Atlantic first as a songwriter and then as a singer. Influenced by singers from Josephine Baker to Sarah Vaughan to Sade. Lina began developing a signature vocal style that could be described as a mixture of swing, R&B, and jazz meets modern day soul. In 1998, Lina got her first big break as a songwriter by penning a tune for Tyrese’s self-titled debut album. Lina proved herself to also be a solid songwriter, penning “Ain’t Nothing Like a Jones” for Tyrese. Lina began her career in 2000 when she signed to Atlantic Records. Following her record deal, was the release of her first album, Stranger on Earth, which was introduced on August 21, 2001.