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About Virjilla

Virjilla Joyce was first discovered by two people - her Mum and a nun! Perhaps it was her Mum, the Filipino karaoke queen or the countless choir practices, church, solos and school performances back in her seaside country home town of Eden, that prepared her for audiences all over the world.

From the age of 5, Virjilla was destined for the spotlight having used an extension cord as her first microphone and growing up with the likes of Troy Cassar-Daly, Slim Dusty, Kasey Chambers bursting from her Father's ute radio.


Virjilla oftens draws from her personal life to write and perform her own music. "Lady In Red" was her first song and dedicated to her Auntie Jen, who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2009. She found it had a profound effect on her family and the lives of strangers who could relate to the melody and lyrics through their own lived experiences. This is where she found the motivation to use her talent to speak out when she had something to say.

In 2016, Virjilla spent 7 months overseas on the real grind, using her voice and guitar in exchange for food, accommodation and adventure. Her wanderlust took her to events such as the CMA County Musical Festival in Nashville, Tennessee which is where her desire to be a country music artist was fuelled with inspiration to create more music. This sojourn was the spark that gave Virjilla her confidence to perform in front of bigger audiences, including the infamous Tootsie's Orchard Bar in Nashville, Tennessee.

Virjilla is currently touring Australia full time with her husband and daughter in a Rosa Mitsubishi Bus affectionately dubbed Rosalina, showcasing her country inspired set list and original music. Virjilla's favourite gigs are by the camp fire at happy hour as the sun sets at the local caravan park or bush camp!

With many more adventures in store for her music, Virjilla Joyce is excited for you to be joining her on her journey!

She's coming to a town near you and can't wait to meet you!

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