Shows | News: Joanna Sternberg

August 23, 2019, Arts

Thanks to The New York Times for previewing tonight’s show at Trans-Pecos

“…Joanna Sternberg writes smart, tightly woven songs indebted to the blues tradition as well as to singer-songwriters like Elliott Smith.”


8.28 @ Trans-Pecos

Gabe Goodman
Joanna Sternberg
Another Michael (solo)

8pm | All Ages | $10/12

Thanks to RIYL for producing this excellent extended interview with Joanna Sternberg

RIYL / BoingBoing podcast. Brian Heater’s longform conversation with musicians, cartoonists, writers and other creative types. Listen below:

RIYL Episode 359 (Bonus): Joanna Sternberg

Thanks to Rolling Stone for the Song You Need to Know: This Is Not Who I Want to Be

Then I Try Some More is a gorgeous bedroom lo-fi rendering of mid-century blues, jazz, and pop (Sternberg is a huge Scott Joplin fan) that carves out a middle ground between Daniel Johnson and Randy Newman.”

  -Rolling Stone

Thanks to BreakThru Radio for their special presentation of the mini-documentary about Joanna Sternberg “No One Really Knows You”

Produced and edited by Bryan Bruchman, if you haven’t yet met, please meet Joanna Sternberg. Follow the links to all the parts of the series below

Very Special Thanks to Joanna Sternberg, and to their producer Joe Rogers, for making the album Then I Try Some More.

Team Love Records is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to release this wonderful work, and we hope you have an opportunity to listen to it — to stream it, or to buy it; to see Joanna Sternberg perform some songs from it. The vinyl and the cd includes artwork, a lyrics sheet, all drawn by Joanna, too.

The first vinyl pressing will sell out soon so get to a show, a record shop, or Bandcamp. STAT.

Team Love is sending love. More news soon. Thank you! XOTL