SIX FOOT JOE - CDs

LIVE AT LORI'S PLACE
The new live CD from Six Foot Joe & the Red Hot Rhinos 'Live at Lori's Place' is out and only available at band performances.  The disc has all the favorites including My '55 Cadillac, It Feels Like Summer and the Christmas classic One Cool Rockin' Sleigh.

THE TEQUILA INCIDENT
Joe’s earlier release “The Tequila Incident” is available for purchase at CD Baby.  Includes the classic 'Radio Nights' and more cool songs by Joe.

ACCOLADES

 -Song: The Day That Sons Go Off to War – Honorable mention in the 2013 Colorado Music Business Organization Songwriters Contest (Country category). Note: Contest organizers comments: “I think this song deserves special mention. The song, written by Joe, has this tear-jerking chorus.”
 -Song: The Voice of Woody Guthrie – received a Certificate of Merit in the 2001 Unisong International Song Contest for placing in the top 10% of over 3,500 entries (from over 40 countries)
 -Song: Kitchen Table – received a Certificate of Merit in the 2000 Unisong International Song Contest for placing in the top 10% of over 3,500 entries (from over 40 countries)
 -Song: Wheattown – winner of the 2000 Great American Song Contest (lyric category)
 

REVIEWS & CRITIQUES

CD Review: Feels Like Summer
“Six Foot Joe and his band capture the roots of American blues and rock and roll with their CD Feels Like Summer.  Six Foot Joe has a great wit in his writing and visits many of the touchstones of rock and blues without sounding maudlin or cliched.  His saxophone playing is grounded in the tradition of great rock saxophonists like Junior Walker and King Curtis and his arranging skills are evident on every song.  His sax lines are very catchy and his solos fit perfectly into the mix of his material.  This is a great effort from a guy who really shows his love for his music on every track of this CD.”
---Andrew Clark, Saxophone Journal (Nov 2004)

Song Critique: Southside Nights
“Now we get this fresh sounding tune from Joe…the tune opens with a drum solo that sounds organic and natural. The saxes come in next, sounding good, before the band and vocals kick in…The well rehearsed band must have made it easier for Joe to do a good recording job---the playing sounds as natural as the mix.”
“Joe has made some nice progress and we congratulate him and his cohorts on a fun recording.”
---Recording Magazine (Readers Tapes) March 2000, Volume 13, Number Six