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The EP features six original songs, including ‘Playing With Fire’ and ‘Fear’, both of which you can listen to below.
All words and music by Joe Visser. CDs will be signed.
MORE ABOUT JOE VISSER
Joe Visser is a 15-year-old singer-songwriter, who plays guitar, piano and drums. He describes his music as ‘alternative folk’ and lists his influences as Crowded House, Marlon Williams and Leon Bridges.
Joe was the April 2017 winner of Shoalhaven Unearthed. He was also a participant in the 2017 Young Coasties songwriting project and his song ‘Fear’ is on the Young Coasties album. His song ‘Playing With Fire’ was shortlisted for a 2017 ACMF National Songwriting Award.
Joe has played support gigs for Scott Cook, Daniel Champagne and The Bean Project. Recent festival appearances include a solo show at SeeChange Jervis Bay Arts Festival 2018, as well as gigs at the 2019 Burradise Festival, 2017 Kangaroo Valley Folk Festival (Youth), and the 2017 Shoalhaven River Festival.
Joe performed at MCA Genext, Sydney, in April 2018 and September 2019.
YOU CAN HEAR JOE HERE
My third song ‘Searching’ is one of my favourites. It was uploaded in June 2018, and you can hear it here.
If you like what you hear, please feel free to download the songs, leave a review or share them!
SOME RECENT LIVE PERFORMANCES
You can also listen to a recent radio interview I did here, where I play two songs and talk about how I write music.
“Joe is far too young to be such a good songwriter and performer. Watch him at the festival and you can tell everyone you caught him before he was famous.”– Nick Rheinberger, ABC Illawarra
“A rising star in the folk scene – Joe Visser’s lyrics and musical thinking span beyond his years. Definitely one to watch!” – Sivan and Todd Mayhew, The April Maze
“It was a great delight to have Joe Visser perform at the SeeChange Jervis Arts Festival 2018. The Pocket pop-up theatre was the perfect intimate setting to soak up his original songs and the stories they tell. The audience loved every minute.” – Natalie McDonagh, Festival Director