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Joe Romeo

Rank #1 AU Narrandera, NSW, AU Christian/Gospel / Pop / Country


Sounds Like: Paul Baloche, Fernando Ortega

Manager: Tobias Lerone

Bio: G'day.
Joe here, just updating my profile.
OK, well, I'm a married man with six kids, working as a doctor, and less addicted than I used to be, to the successful songwriters dream.
My better songs are inspired by believing in God's forgiveness in Jesus.
I hope you enjoy them.
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  • Jim Peters (Artist) Jim Peters
    Joe, Love your songs!!! God bless you!!
  • Jim Peters (Artist) Jim Peters
    Hey Joe Came back to listen, liked you & followed you, which I hope helps you! Kind regards Jim
  • Herb Pulse (Artist) Herb Pulse
    Thank you so much and God bless you and give you favor always! Keep up the good work!
  • Raylene Waye (Artist) Raylene Waye
    hello Joe, back to show support... "Take me to the Fields"... great song & message!
  • Raylene Waye (Artist) Raylene Waye
    hello Joe, stopping by to enjoy your talent and send Easter blessings!
  • Raylene Waye (Artist) Raylene Waye
    impressive work Joe! well done!
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Q: Joe, how did you get into music and songwriting?
A: I've loved music since childhood. I learnt to play clarinet at high school, but also discovered a love for classical music, especially Mozart. I really wanted to know how music worked, and through teachers and my own study, I gained an understanding of structure and harmony. But I didn't try songwriting until I was in my 20s and had found faith in Jesus. But I realized only in the last six or seven years some important key aspects of songwriting, the most significant being the importance of melody and it's value being greater than the supporting chord structure. Learning this has helped me write more singable songs. There is a lot more I could say. Thanks for asking.

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