Joey Albert (born March 19, 1960) is a Filipina pop and jazz singer, musician, lyricist, and songwriter. An alumna of St. Theresa’s College Manila and Assumption College San Lorenzo, she began her professional singing career in 1981. In 1982, she was proclaimed winner of the Dream Girl Filipina contest in The Party, a television program hosted by Ariel Ureta over the now defunct Banahaw Broadcasting Corporation. Albert became a member of The New Minstrels (3rd Generation), a popular Philippine show band during the 1970s and the 1980s. Apart from Albert, The New Minstrels also produced many other outstanding Filipino musical artists.Albert, also collaborated with other well-known artists such as The Apo Hiking Society, Jose Mari Chan, The Company, El de Barge, Mike Francis, Fritz Infante, Julio Iglesias, Dennis Lambert, Raymond Lauchengco, Babsie Molina, Douglas Nierras, Basil Valdez, Eugene Villaluz and Nonoy Zuñiga. She has performed in Canada, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, the United States, and in various cities across Europe and the Middle East. As a multi-awarded singer, her discography boasts more than 20 studio albums.