Originally from California's Central Valley, Joe and Martina Costa have been performing together for the better part of a decade.
Joe and Martina have toured primarily up and down the West Coast and across the United States playing clubs, theatres, and rodeos as well as opening for national acts such as Blake Shelton, Brett Eldredge, and Lee Brice, to name a few. In August of 2013, the couple decided to move 2,200 miles east to "Music City “ and further pursue their artistry. Joe has since acquired a cut on Luke Combs’ double platinum-selling album This One’s For You with the song “Don’t Tempt Me”. Joe and Martina were introduced to esteemed producer/guitarist, Johnny Garcia, who began to coach and produce Joe and Martina's (formally known as Terra Bella) material in between tour legs with Garth Brooks. In 2016, the debut EP Road To Forever came to fruition and scored the duo's first Billboard Indicator (#51) and Music Row (#42) charting song with the single "You've Got That Somethin'." Ahead of the release of their first LP There's A Country Song in 2018, Joe and Martina were included in Billboard's list of "Country Artists to Watch,". The duo continuously unravels the ties that bind independent acts from achieving commercial success, most recently through the worldwide music video premiere of bona fide small-town anthem "Middle of Nowhere USA" via CMT.com.