After extensive tours all over the world Joanne and Haley Myrol have decided to make music their livelihood together. Two country, rockin' galls, mother and daughter who named their duo MYROL after their last name, released their first duo album in Europe even before the official release in Canada. They have that special blend of harmonies that can really only be found in families.
Joanne Myrol is no stranger to the Canadian music scene. She co-wrote songs and performed together with Fred J. Eaglesmith among many others. Joanne and Haley played for VIP's such as Prince Edward of England and Prince Albert of Monaco.
The first duo album "Your Heart Is My Heart Too" is partly dedicated to the Canadian family life. Although some songs still have a real country music feel in them, the other songs get close to rock and roots. MYROL can be no better described than Canadiana (rather than Americana). Original, high quality lyrics and a forcing band behind them makes this album easy to listen to for a wide range of audience.
The title of the album "Your Heart Is My Heart Too" is a line from the first song on the disc "Mother Daughter" it tells the listener the beauty of family ties.
"Pure Canadian country! Songwriting and smooth vocals make this album a pleasure to listen to. Kudos..!" Terri Clark
"Joanne Myrol is a singer of unusual charisma. I have performed on the same bill with literally hundreds of singers and players. Everyone who dares get up in front of an audience deserves respect for trying, but few actually reach out to the hearts and feelings of listeners. This is what I refer to as charisma. I have performed on the same bill with Joanne Myrol. This woman is a fine interpreter of a melody, and I'm sure will go on to become a well recognized voice in Canadian Country and Pop cross-over radio." - Valdy (Valdemar Horsdal)
01. Mother Daughter
02. It Don't Work That Way
03. You Made Me Hard
05. Somewhere Inside
06. Southrailway & Second Street
07. Paper Thin Walls
08. Quintessential Cowboy
09. If Hearts Could Really Be Broken
10. Hoadley Road
11. The Beat Goes On