Listen and Learn with Joe West
Dates: May 18 - May 18
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
May 18 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Singer Songwriter Joe West is the son of Sarge and Shirley West, the first and only African American Country and Western Duo.(www.asongcanchangealife.com) He was raised on a healthy diet of traditional country music, rock, folk, blues, and jazz. His performances take you on an amazing musical journey.
Described as a cross between Kenny Rogers, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder, and Merle Haggard, Joe’s music is a recipe for sheer enjoyment.
Currently residing in Nashville, TN, Joe is the house band for The Nashville International Airport, providing a warm welcome to thousands who visit and call Nashville home.
He has had multiple performances at the world-famous Bluebird Cafe, private events at the home of the legendary Naomi Judd, opened for The Wooten Brothers, Sara Evans, been a finalist on the Charlie Daniels Round-Up and performed at other exclusive venues including The George Jones Roof Top, Ole Red, The City Winery and the world-famous Tootsie’s, The Kennedy Center, Main stage, 4th of July celebration on Broadway, downtown Nashville TN.
Joe is a survivor of a dissected aorta and has an incredible story to tell through his life and music. His life is a miracle and he will tell you himself that he knows he is “the richest man in the world”.
The Listen and Learn Music series is a collaboration with Southern Trace Songwriters. Artists share their songs and stories with the audience for a fun learning experience about the music industry.
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