That he is. Joy's speaking voice is soothing and melodic, and when he sings "Fly Me to the Moon," it's almost as if Sinatra had been resurrected. Funny business or not, Joy's crooning capabilities are the reason he's back in Baltimore. Joy worked at the old 13th Floor as both a singer and pianist in the late 1980s, when all men had to wear jackets, and an old doorman named Major kept a reserve of black polyester blazers in different sizes for the ignorant and unkempt. Shortly before the renovated 13th Floor reopened in 2012, Joy got a call from the owners while working a gig at a hotel in Charlotte, N.C., a six-week job had that morphed into seven years. He left that job, unusual for any working musician, and with "a handshake deal," he began again behind the baby grand atop the Belvedere Hotel on Oct. 3, 2012.