JOE DENIM COUNTRY MUSIC AND COMEDIAN
Country music artistand ComedianJoe Denim writesirreverent, quirkysongs with witty lyrics andShel SilversteinStyletwists.Think…if Ray Stevens was sitting in ajacuzzi, reading the Far Side to
Country music artistand ComedianJoe Denim writesirreverent, quirkysongs with witty lyrics andShel SilversteinStyletwists.Think…if Ray Stevens was sitting in ajacuzzi, reading the Far Side to Larry The Cable Guy, Joe Denim would be theirillegitimate, hot tublove child!Fans will recognize Joe for thedouble platinum selling,irreverent break up hit “Pray For You”he wrote with JaronLowenstein andthe ultimate redneck love song“Together We’re A Ten”.Whether he’s performing solo with an acoustic guitar in front of 30,000 people who are singing along to “Pray For You”(which was the case at the Tree Town Festival in 2017),emcee/musical director/performerfortheCMA 60thanniversaryparty,at a songwriter round or a country bar, Joe has an inherent ability to connect withand entertainthe audience.Joehasshared the stage withthe likes of Big & Rich, Charlie Daniels, Joe Nichols,Uncle Kracker,Love and Theft,GrangerSmith, Dwight Yoakam, Alan Jackson, High Valleyand Craig Morgan.Joeis also regularlyan official performer at CMAMusic Festival,Tin Pan Southand BMI’s Key West Songwriters Festival.Joe also brings hisunique mix ofto comedy clubs across the countryfromZaniesin Nashville toThe Improv in LosAngeles. He’s shared the stage with many talented comedians includingDusty Slay, Killer Beaz, Pauly Shore, Ralphie May,Tom MabeandRodney Carrington.Outside of his musiccareer, Joemade his actingdebutwith a cameo in the feature film “An LA Minute,”starring KierseyClemons and Gabriel Byrne. Directed by Dan Adams andwritten by Larry “Ratso” Sloman, the film openedin theatersAugust2018.Joe isbothhighlyentertainingandprofessionalwhen acting asemceefor an event.Country music festivals such as TreeTownandMill Creek,the first season of the“Nashville House Concerts”,a monthly series heco-hostedwith radiopersonality Storme Warrenand“BlueDizzy”,a monthly variety show at The Wildhorse Saloon that he created and hostedBefore launching his solo career, Joe, whois a classically trained pianist,playedHammond B3 and keyson the road withnumerous country stars includingSteve Holyand Uncle Kracker.An active member of the songwriter community inNashville, Joe writesboth for himself and to pitchregularly with the likes ofGary Hannan,Earl Bud Lee,Brice Long,DrakeWhite,Uncle Kracker, Lewis Brice, Rodney Carrington, Love and Theftand many more.An avid outdoorsman and hunter Joe was taught from an early age to respect the environment and leave it better thanhe’s found it.Born in Indiana and raised on a working dairy farm in rural Ohio, Joe honed his harmonica skills calling thecows in to feeding every morningat 5:00am.
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