Joy Waters Fowler has been singing since the age of two, when she began exploring her talent in her father’s pulpit. Comfortable in any vocal genre, be it stage, screen, pop, country, R & B, gospel, or classical, she has appeared on numerous albums, arranging and recording in both Atlanta and Nashville. Having performed in countless venues throughout her lifelong musical career, from a budding young artist that attracted attention from many major and independent labels, to a beautiful, seasoned performer in great demand, Joy has been featured in numerous corporate and civic events on local and national levels for clients such as Primerica, Cingular Wireless, the Georgia State Legislature, and many more. Her credits include performances for musical artists such as Alan Jackson, Mark Wills, Keith Stegall, Randy Scruggs, Babbie Mason, Newsong, Anthony Evans, The Martins, Truth, and Gordon Mote, noted Christian speakers John Maxwell, Josh McDowell, Carole Kent, and John Trent, Senators Max Cleland and Zell Miller, former Speaker Newt Gingrich, former First Ladies Rosalyn Carter and Barbara Bush. She has been a guest soloist with numerous choral and orchestral groups, and she was featured as the guest soloist for the Lighting of The Tree at the Georgia Governor’s Mansion in 2004, and the 2005 Southern Governors Association Conference at the request of Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue. Joy appeared in the 2001 music video for the Georgia Baptist Convention Better Bridges project, the 2003 women’s Bible study video series, The Amazing Collection, and A Classic Case, Joy’s 2001 studio recording and video project for Worldstage Records in Atlanta, is available online at www.worldstage.ws.
Going back to her gospel roots, in November 2007, she released My Savior First of All, a CD which beautifully displays an eclectic array of great hymns of the faith with the stylistic integrity that only Joy can bring. She immediately followed that with the Christmas release, "joy," a thirteen song collection of Christmas favorites, which was well received among radio, television, and live audiences nationwide. In addition, "I Do Believe" and "O Holy Night" were placed as cuts two and three on an industry compilation CD from TM Century in Dallas, Texas.
A true Atlanta native, Joy lives in metropolitan Atlanta with her husband and two children, along with Percy the cat, and two long-haired Chihuahuas, “Poochini” and “Rossini.” In addition to the above professional activities, she remains a frequent soloist for many area churches and travels throughout the United States in evangelistic outreach.