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Joe Firstman

A singer, songwriter, and late-night bandleader, Joe Firstman has worn many hats during his career. In the '90s, the Charlotte, NC native became a staple of the local college music scene with his band Firstman (originally Isabel Sol). After spending years supporting national acts that rolled through town, Firstman (the man, not the band) decided to roll the dice on stardom with a move to Hollywood in 2001. After arriving on the west coast, Firstman assembled another eponymous band and set to work building a name for himself by playing shows and working to introduce himself to industry insiders. In 2003, the gamble paid off and Firstman landed a major-label deal, signing with Atlantic Records. That same year, the singer/songwriter’s debut full-length, The War of Women, was released. After touring nationally in support of major acts like Sheryl Crow, Jason Mraz, and Willie Nelson, Firstman decided it was time for another change. In 2005 he left Atlantic to become the bandleader for NBC’s late-night program, Last Call with Carson Daly. His new gig didn’t prevent him from continuing to write music, and in 2006 he released the EP Live at the Sandbox. He would continue to self-release records throughout his tenure on the show, releasing DrAMA! in 2007 and Fell Swoops in 2008. In 2009, NBC decided to go in another direction with Last Call, leaving him out of a job. Relocating from Hollywood to the surf community of El Porto, Firstman once again refocused his efforts on songwriting. The result would be his 2010 album, El Porto, which he released on his own imprint, Firstman Music. ~ Gregory Heaney, Rovi
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What a fantastic talent this man has. And he's just as sweet in person. Have had the pleasure of meeting him, as he came up to me and introduced himself. Will continue seeing him for years to come.
If he's in your area I suggest you go see him live. I especially like it when he does Saving All the Love, on the piano(solo)
If you guys haven't seen this dude perform-- you're missing out. There is NO reason he isn't a household name, save the fact that to be famous nowadays, talent is a hindrance more than a commodity.
Love "Now Your Gorgeous!"Th i s is the first time I've heard Joe Firstman and I will definitely look for more in the future!
aprilwathen
I've seen Joe Firstman live twice! He has a lot of energy and is very flirty with the ladies. His lyrics are up there with Billy Joel, great story telling. The War of Women is a must-have! I hope he begins to focus on making new material instead of the Carson Dailey show.
I love Breaking all the ground, it's a favorite with me these days and pops up on a couple of my stations.

I checked out a vid of them playing it live on You Tube and it was very, very bad. They were worse than many high school kids I've seen, re-starting the song 3 or 4 times and still not getting it right. They blew. I hope Joe gets his live act together or the good things on this record won't go very far. He needs a band that can handle the material, with a piano player for Gods sake!
He's the DJ on the Late late show with Carson Dailey. He might be a joke, or he just signed on with a hasbeen like Carson for the money. From what I hear, it's probably the latter, however, he's probably just climbing the financial ladder like many other artists.
Yeah I like this guy too.I just kind heard "Breaking All the Ground" on one of my stations oneday, and I really like him. He's in his own catergory. I like it that he isn't afraid to be excentric.
I like this guy, just popped up on one of my stations. The similar artists list list is pretty out there though. He doesn't fall into the 70's country rock genre with M.Tucker and R. Furray. Sawyer Brown? Uh Uh, Nope.

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