Your Average Joe 0

Artist Bio

Influences:   Beck, Tim Minchin, LCD Soundsystem, St. Vincent, Queen, Philip Glass, Russel Shaw, Fleet Foxes, Gotye, Keane, MGMT, Morcheeba, MelodySheep, Nick Drake, Pink Floyd, Randy Newman, Sea Wolf, The Killers, Rammstein, Daniel Johnston, John Williams, and... more?

Hello, my name is Joe, and this is my fourth FAWM!

I keep my "Soundtrack" type of music here. ->

And my "Singer-Songwriter" / Your Average Joe music here . ->

Not sure what will happen this time, I've recently moved overseas again to Germany. Life is a bit strange at the moment, but hopefully that will be my creative advantage this year!

I've been looking forward to FAWM since March. 😀 I can't wait to hear new songs from familiar names again now in 2020!

My wife @linzwolf decided to join in on the fun this year. 😀

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  • @andygetch  3 days

    Have a great FAWM Joe!

  • @metalfoot  3 days

    Happy FAWMing!!!

  • @zecoop  3 days

    That's awesome! Our son works/lives in Berrien Springs now as a special ed teacher. I love that area. 😀

  • @linzwolf 3 days

    Hi! <3

  • @zecoop  3 days

    Thank you so much... I really appreciate that. Where did you grow up in the Mitten State? I was in Stevensville (by St Joe/Benton Harbor) as a kid and then lived between Lansing and Flint through high school.

  • @tawny249  1 week

    Hey there! Just checked out one of your songs on Soundcloud, it was pretty sweet. I enjoy good synth. Did you say you were trying to write music for a fantasy book? I used to do a ton of that, been a while but I still like the concept. 😁

  • @ampersandman  1 week

    Thanks for your note! Cool to see you on board again. Looking forward to a great FAWM!

  • @guatecoop  2 weeks

    I would imagine that we could! That would be great to have another collaboration. Do you just see what happens, or do you do anything to prep for fawm?

  • @guatecoop  2 weeks

    Yeah that one that you did using words from Milton was so mind blowing to me. Completely out of my previous understanding of how singers think and perform. Just so cool.