R&B veteran Joe returns with “Losing”, the first single off of his upcoming album, “The Good, The Bad, The Sexy,” in stores September 27th.
Few male R&B solo singers can attest to the success that the seven-time Grammy Award nominated star Joe can. Over the span of 17 year career, Joe has sold over ten (10) million CD’s world wide and 335 thousand digital singles. – SoulTracks
isolated dates also available
August 21 – New York, NY
August 31 – New York, NY
September 8 – Australia
September 9 – Australia
September 10 – Australia
September 15 – Auckland, New Zealand
September 18 – Okinawa, Japan
October 1 – Memphis, TN
November 9 – Tokyo, Japan
November 10 – Tokyo, Japan
November 11 – Tokyo, Japan
November 12 – Tokyo, Japan
November 14 – Osaka, Japan
November 15 – Osaka, Japan
November 17 – Soul Train awards performance
November 25 – Bronx, NY
November 26 – Detroit, MI
The formula is proven as shown through countless platinum and gold album sales. Joe Thomas known affectionately as JOE, once again delivers on his second indie-release entitled “Signature; continuing to capture and redefine a style of sound and musical presentation audiences have come to recognize as JOE’s very own. This go round, JOE covers new ground incorporating live instrumentations with strings and horns intricately woven to add additional texture to his balladeering style.
On the music scene for over ten years, JOE is considered a hometown favorite; that “guy next door”, whom everyone feels a personal knowing; as he writes songs that speak to the core of every relationship. As a musician, songwriter and… [read more]
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