Jessica Joyce is on the road to a stellar career in performance artistry. She sang, acted, and played tuba all through his K-12 Education, graduating high school at the age of 16. She would, later that year, start studying music performance at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach. Her acting took a backseat during this time, though he would still occasionally take on background acting jobs, most notably as an extra for the remake of the hit movie Fame. Her musical skills took him to new heights at the Conservatory, becoming the go-to tuba player for almost every ensemble whether it was the University's Brass Quintet, Orchestra, or Wind Symphony. Playing with these groups afforded Jessica the opportunity to play on prestigious stages like Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl, as well as traveling around the country. Post-Bachelor's Degree, Jessica helped start the Long Beach performance group True Brass Choir which has had notable performances in Denver, and Long Beach's Aquarium of the Pacific. She also pioneered a new role at Disneyland's California Adventure, Lief Bloher the Royal Court Tuba Player. Jessica currently enjoys acting and playing all around the southern California area, has been in several recordings, and has recently appeared as musical talent for television shows such as The Voice and the Late Late Show with James Corden.