Interview with Joe

As one of the true R&B voices of his generation, Joe Thomas refuses to slow down. Having made his debut in 1993 with the disc Everything, the only album he recorded for Mercury Records, the southern soul man is still giving everything to his chosen profession. Retaining the emotion and passion that made him a silky voiced sensation loved throughout the world; Joe continues to strive for soul perfection.

Earlier this year, he blessed fans with the song "Closer," a standout track from the Jumping the Broom soundtrack. Yet, come September 27, 2011, Joe will be furthering his musical journey with his ninth studio album The Good, The Bad, The Sexy. "A lot of artists are afraid to delve too deep into the complexes of relationships," Joe explains. "But, I wanted to make a record that goes straight to the heart of real romance."

As one of the true R&B voices of his generation, Joe Thomas refuses to slow down. Having made his debut in 1993 with the disc Everything, the only album he recorded for Mercury Records, the southern soul man is still giving everything to his chosen profession. Retaining the emotion and passion that made him a silky voiced sensation loved throughout the world; Joe continues to strive for soul perfection.

Earlier this year, he blessed fans with the song "Closer," a standout track from the Jumping the Broom soundtrack. Yet, come September 27, 2011, Joe will be furthering his musical journey with his ninth studio album The Good, The Bad, The Sexy. "A lot of artists are afraid to delve too deep into the complexes of relationships," Joe explains. "But, I wanted to make a record that goes straight to the heart of real romance."

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