In 1984, Joey re-located to New York City where he met bassist/producer Brian Stanley who helped him form an indie rock band called the "Jury". The Jury had moderate success with their first EP release entitled “Shyboy” in 1988 (Kangaroo records). In 2000 , Joey emigrated to Vienna and has been performing in various bands focusing on the music of Ray Charles, James Brown, Stevie Wonder and Billy Joel.
More recently however, Joey Green has once again become very serious about songwriting.
As he puts it; "Songwriting is a craft. For me, it’s best to start with an idea that has been sparked by some emotional feeling, experience or event. I enjoy writing about the ups and downs of life. The joy and tragedy of it. I want to reflect on this experience for as long as possible.
Featuring Joey Green on vocals/piano/hammond organ, Tommy Boeroecz (Ostinato, Stella Jones) on drums/vocals, Hannes Steif (Monty Beton, Andrew Young) on bass, Lukas Vendl on guitar, Michel Nahabedian on Saxophone and Mona Gusterer on vocals.