THE JOEY CANYON SHOW is a contemporary version of “a traditional old variety show,” says Canyon. The show is “music-driven”
THE JOEY CANYON SHOW is being produced and shot in Denver, the first of its kind to be created and produced in Colorado, Canyon says. “We want to kind of meld Nashville and Hollywood together and let it come out of Denver as a musically wholesome show,” says Canyon. “We want to put Denver on the map that way. This is not a Hollywood glitz product. We want to be different. We want to make our own mark in Colorado.”
“I’m hoping THE JOEY CANYON SHOW is going to be an exciting representation of the country music tradition,” says co-host Dean Miller.
Curtis Stone, co-founder and award-winning bass player for the groundbreaking country group Highway 101, is the show’s music director, “in a kind of Paul Schaffer capacity,” he says.
“I think the show’s going to be cool,” Stone adds. “It’s country-driven, an old-school style country show being re-grooved for contemporary audiences. It’s going to cover all the bases of old and new country.”
Joey Canyon has over three decades of storied accomplishments in the country music and entertainment industries as a singer and recording artist, songwriter, co-producer and co-director, voice-over artist and actor. In 2012 Joey’s career soared with the release of his album “Canyon Country,” which yielded him a No.1 hit nationally with his original song, “Lonely Love.” Also in 2012, Joey was nominated in seven categories from the Independent Music Network and New Music Weekly, which included “artist of the year,” “best song,” “breakout artist of the year,” and “crossover artist of the year.”
Dean Miller has recorded three albums and has charted four singles on the Hot Country Songs charts. He has also written singles for Trace Adkins and Terri Clark. Miller is the CEO of Nashville-based Dean Miller Entertainment, a full service entertainment organization offering music production, video direction, songwriting, artist management, and consulting.
THE JOEY CANYON SHOW is hosted by Joey Canyon, who is also the creator and executive producer; co-host and segment producer is Dean Miller, director is Jim Phelan (winner of hundreds of industry awards, including an Emmy Award); head writer is David Garrett (has written feature films for DreamWorks, Universal and Paramount; produced and written pilots, series and specials for ABC, NBC, CBS, UPN, MTV, USA, Comedy Central, Showtime and Fox; has written for Jay Leno, Jeff Foxworthy and Bill Ingvall); along with writers Brian Lally (actor, writer and director, known for the films “L.A. Confidential,”