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幼少期からジャズやブルース好きな父の元でピアノに合わせて歌い始め、6歳で彼女自身もピアノを始める。カトリック系の女子校に進むと聖歌隊に入りながらもギターやピアノでの弾き語りを始め、 リサ・ローブやサラ・マクラクランのコピーをしていく内に本格的に音楽で身を立てる事を決意。
高校卒業後上京して音楽専門学校に入学。在学中プレイステーション2のテーマソングやTV東京のディズニー番組「ディズニータイム」の オープニングテーマで作詞とヴォーカルを手がけるなど、学内に留まらず積極的に音楽活動を行う。
専門学校卒業後、彼女のピアノの弾き語りが入ったビデオがバックストリート・ボーイズのプロデューサー ゲイリー・ベイカーの耳に留まり、単身渡米し同氏とオリジナルトラックを制作。
2006年「劇場版TRICK2」主題歌”ラッキー・マリア”でメジャーデビュー。以降Sound Horizon・Linked Horizonにサポートメンバーとして参加するなど精力的に活動中。

Joelle was born in the US and raised in Japan. Her Angelic yet powerful voice reflects a beautiful misture of those two cultures.

Her name came from Billy Joel, whose music her father enjoyed. Joelle began piano lessons at the age of five, and singing lessons at age 17. She was influenced by Lisa Loeb, Sarah McLachlan, James Tayler, Michael Jackson, and Boys II Men.

Finishing high school, she began music study at Yamaha Music Institute; she later received the school’s first scholarship. While at Yamaha she started her music career of writing and recording songs. In 2002, she was invited to the U. S. by producer Gary Baker, for some recording.

She made her debut in 2006 with Universal Japan, performing Lucky Maria, an ending song for the popular movie "TRICK". The debut album included three songs by Gary Baker. A jazz album, Love Letters, was released with King Records in 2007.

She has sung on NHK TV programs, for a TV drama, for games, and has recorded many commercial songs. She has also been a guest singer for Sound Horizon/Linked Horizon live theater productions and sung for “FINAL FANTASY XⅢ-2”.

In 2016.Joelle sung Australian and Japanese national anthem at international women’s basketball games
” Mitsui Fudosan BE THE CHANGE CUP”.

She starts music activities in Tokyo from 2017 spring.