Mia Joy is a Singer Songwriter Musician Equestrian.

 

Currently applying the finishing touches on her Solo Acoustic Album,  and ready to release.

As an equestrian Mia has been teaching since she was 15 and training horses for a lifetime.

Mia is the Owner of Lumiere, a horse breeding stud of 3 generations.

Mia is also a qualified Bodyworker/Therapist 

Mia hopes to combine the Arts of Horses and Music.

Watch this space with a Video Clip release due combining Music and Liberty Horses.

Mia is Currently Studying with Ecole De Legerete Classical Dressage

As a Songwriter, Mia has a Discography that crosses the genres from Rock to Opera, Blues to Earth/Roots music. Her influences started from her family, many being musicians and her mum and dads record collection. She loved to stay at home by herself and listen to music. Zeppelin, The Stones, Fleetwood Mac, The Steve miller band, Gerry Rafferty, The Beatles, Kate Bush, Cold Chisel, Dire Straights, ACDC, Supercharge, Hendrix, Deep Purple, Queen, Otis Redding, the list goes on and on.

Mia was a rock groupie of her dads band  as a baby in the basinet and ended up playing her first big show with him supporting Paul Kelly 15 years later. Mia continued to get the opportunities to play on some big stages early with local and international Rock and Blues acts. During this time she wrote hundreds of songs, recording some of them in a basic studio with her dad. The first song she thought was great, she instantly drove all the way out to her dads workshop and played it for him. It is still played today.

 

 Growing up in the South West of Western Australia, Mia got to play with some amazing musicians, which she fondly remembers as musicians playing for the love of music, and the love of songwriting. She also rode and

competed  in Eventing, dressage, showjumping and showhorse​.

Mia studied and attained her Equestrian Australia Coaching accreditation in 2000 and with her other passions, Art, trainning Liberty horses, animal and earth conservation and Recording. These all happen down on the farm in WA and virtually around the world.