When Joe was five years old playing in a park with his mother, she took her eyes off him only for a minute and he was gone. In a panic, looking for her little boy, she saw a crowd gathering in the distance. Approaching, she found Joe standing on a picnic table singing his heart out to the crowd of strangers.
At age 12, Joe started playing guitar and writing his own songs. At 18, Joe took his talents to Los Angeles California, a long way from his childhood home in Montana. He got his first break singing demos at the famous "Hitsville" studios for Motown Records. He caught the eye of then producer of the year Curtis Nolan and he recorded his first record. Joe later became the frontman and songwriter for the critically acclaimed rock band "D.C. LaCroix". Joe returned to his country roots when he moved to Nashville and joined up with "65 South". He went on to perform his own music at such venues as the "Grand Ole Opry", "The Wildhorse Saloon" and the "Geo Theater", as well as other Nashville hot spots.
Joe has sold out famous clubs and concert halls throughout Southern California and Nashville.