Wednesday, February 27, 2013


Disc Features Duet With Lonestar's Richie McDonald

Nashville, TN (February 27, 2013) – Joanna Moscaselected as one of CMA's 2012 Who’s New To Watch, is excited to release her new dynamic EP, LET IT ALL BEGIN, which was produced by award-winning singer-songwriter Bryan White.

The six-track outing offers a fresh sound to Country radio and its audience, presenting Mosca’s immediately identifiable voice on relevant, well-written songs that should appeal across the Country demographic. The EP, which includes a memorable duet with Lonestar's Richie McDonald, kicks off with her current single/video, “Dream On Savannah.”

Dream On Savannah” is resonating at radio and the video can be seen on The Country Network (TCN),, and The up-tempo song pulled on Mosca’s heartstrings the minute she heard it. This deceptively sing-along number contains two serious, yet positive core messages: preventing ‘bullying’ among our youth and the importance of staying true to your dreams. It perfectly reflects Joanna's innate compassion and her grasp for the need of global social responsibility.

Watch the video for "Dream on Savannah" here: 


"Dream On Savannah" (Troy Verges, Hilary Lindsey, Marv Green)

"Would You Still Be Here" (Jeremy Spillman)

"Keep On Driving (Troy Verges, Hilary Lindsey, Marv Green)

"I Guess That Says it All (Bryan White, Travis Thibodaux, Steve Williams)

“Let It All Begin (Trish Murphy, David Grissom)

"Where Does Good Love Go (Tania Hancheroff, Jimmy Ritchey, Billy Lawson)

"She's a total pro to work with and definitely has the goods,” says Bryan White, Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter. Mosca is a 2013 Featured Artist on and Renegade Radio Nashville - proving that she is indeed ready to LET IT ALL BEGIN.

The EP as a whole marks a definitive musical change for Mosca. She and White looked outside the box for contemporary songs and the production is crisp, vibrant and clean. "It has a much purer sound than my previous outings," Joanna notes. "Bryan has a great ear and a wonderful singer's sense. It was an amazing experience for me."

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