Joee Corso is a true singer songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA.
“. . . he’s an act that combines throbbing vocals, thought provoking lyrics, and a strong solid energy which pulls and tugs at you until you are at one with the music, one of the brightest song writing talents in the business” -Ericka-Rachelle Mendoza, Music Connection Magazine.
His masterful guitar skills weave you through his original songs. Joee has found himself in a folkadelic roots rock movement that has enabled him to create his own unique brand of music.
Joee has fronted three major bands. Abbey Booth, a band which he formed in 2000 became hugely popular in the Los Angeles scene, drawing large and loyal audiences, selling out famous venues and generating a large amount of record company interest. In 2003, Joee formed Grand Daddy Purple, a great band that sky-rocketed on the strength of Joee’s songs and allowed them to tour through Europe. In 2006 The Joe Corso Band was formed. The band released their first and only self-titled album in 2007. In 2008 Joee moved to Topanga Canyon to focus of writing and building his solo career.
Joee teamed up with Producer/Bassist Nick South to record his new solo EP entitled “Sacrifice.” The album features Rob Perkins on drums/percussion. A four song musical ride that showcases Joee’s unique songs and lyrics, built on interesting rhythmic beds that pull the listener in. Joee recently completed a successful Texas Tour and several Minnesota dates earlier this year. Joee is also very active in the Los Angeles music scene and can be seen playing around the city. In addition to continuing to write and record new music, Joee also composes for film/tv and teaches guitar to tomorrow’s rock stars.
Many publications have featured Joee. Most recently he was chosen as Pick of the Week by LA Weekly, Music Connection Magazine, spotlighted by the Malibu Times and nominated for “Best Act in Los Angeles.”