Having played the guitar since he was just a boy, Joe Horn is an anomaly in the music world. He literally locked himself away in his private studio for nearly eight years - unwilling to continue performing until he could duplicate the best-of-the-best guitarists in the world. In 2002 he resurfaced with a scorching new style that is already being called "a no-nonsense blend of Steve Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy, and a tinge of Carlos Santana" (Raiders News Service). Growing up in a musical household where both parents and extended family were heavily involved in music, Joe showed interest in the guitar as a boy, quickly illustrating an unusual talent for stringed instruments and edgy song composing. His first band - James the Lesser - performed live on stage at the Convoy of Hope in Portland, Oregon when he was only seventeen. At just twenty-five years of age, he's evolved into an award-winning performer with reviewers describing him as 'an avalanche on stage, a real heart attack - the kind of rising new star that legends are made of' (National Music Review). His new single, 'Borrowed Time' is rooted in the blues/rock tradition and illustrates his cutting-edge mastery of the guitar. This year's pop-country 'Rollin' On' exemplifies his diversity for appealing to a wider variety of interests, but there's no doubt the 60 year D-Day Commemorative Song 'Who Will Remember Their Cause?' that was aired on radio around the world via the Armed Forces Radio Network, Changing World Views, and numerous others will be a favorite for many people. There was even a National News Story where you can get a FREE copy of this song! From introspection to outright guitar assassination, 'expect to be blown away' says CNS News. Joe's fresh and explosive renderings could indeed make him a legend someday in one of music's oldest and purest forms.