R&B Singer/Producer

With his signature bald head and aviator shades, this romantic crooner (born Joseph Lewis Thomas) grabbed the R&B spotlight with the love tunes “All the Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” and “Don’t’ Wanna Be a Player.”  It was the release of his sophomore album, My Name Is Joe, in 2000, that catapulted Joe to the top of the pop charts, selling three million copies and garnering a Grammy nomination. Following the release of his gold-selling LPs And Then and Better Days, Joe founded his own label, 563 Music, and began releasing his music independently, beginning with his seventh studio LP, Joe Thomas, New Man, in 2008.