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Joe Whyte

Joe Whyte

Country / Alt.Country / Americana Rutherford, NJ  US


  • 2011

    Dec 9

    Brooklyn, NY, US | 8:00pm
  • 2011

    Nov 12

    Keyport, NJ, US | 7:00pm
  • 2011

    Feb 26

    New York, NY, US | 9:00pm

    We play at midnight ASC plays an acoustic trio set at Banjo Jim's Avenue A Records Showcase

  • 2011

    Jan 24

    New York, NY, US | 9:00pm

    Full-band show

  • 2011

    Jan 15

    Asbury Park, NJ, US | 1:00pm

    LIGHT OF DAY 11 Acoustic set with some Italian friends. YOU CAN'T MISS IT!!!!


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  • George Warholak (Artist)
    George Warholak
    "It's a shame" is my kind of country. Bravo! Keep going...
  • Tom's Dream (Artist)
    Tom's Dream
    "Please Believe Me" is a great song. This voice and writing is infectious and irresistible. Yay. My best,Tom.


  • EP cover
  • photo by Andrew Wallach
  • photo by Andrew Wallach


Sounds Like: Ryan Adams, Steve Earle, Josh Ritter, Hayes Carll, The Jayhawks

Manager: Warren J. McCrickard, Kathleen "Kat" Falcey

Bio: Combining equal parts country, folk, rock and Americana, singer/songwriter JOE WHYTE's songs have been described as "alt-country pearls that shimmer with simplicity and effectiveness" and "beautifully crafted, melancholic Americana."

Dubbed, "The King of NYC Americana" by music blog Twangnation,...See Full Bio

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"4 Stars. A modern-day troubadour, New York City-based Joe Whyte is a singer-songwriter in the grand tradition of Gordon Lightfoot, Jim Weatherly and Mac Davis. He pens memorable songs that bridge folk, country, pop and soul in a craftsmanlike way, but never do they sound hackneyed or cliched. This six-track mini-album is full of the kind of songs that in the mid-1970s would’ve been covered by everyone from Val Doonican to Waylon Jennings, Gladys Knight to Linda Ronstadt. You’re unlikely to hear these songs covered on the radio today, so I suggest that you root around the internet and seek out this excellent recording. It will bring endless hours of listening pleasure."

— Maverick Country (UK)

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