Joe Nacco

Joe Nacco

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Rock - Hard Rock | Upstate, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 263   
Member Since: 2005
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2013

Joe Nacco's make or break 8th album is a back to roots effort. Growing up idolizing Metallica, GNR, Sabbath and Zeppelin, Joe pays tribute to that...

This is California

After a two-year hiatus, 2008 brings the simultaneous release of two new albums No One Likes a Ballad (the quirky over-the-top 80's tinged rock and...

No One Likes a Ballad

After a two-year hiatus, 2008 brings the simultaneous release of two new albums No One Likes a Ballad (the quirky over-the-top 80's tinged rock and...

Requiem For Civilization

Requiem For Civilization is a concept album about a man who loses everything in a natural disaster. Questioning his faith and upset with the...

The Lost Art

Joe says, "We recorded The Head of a Monkey in 3 days under the influence. This time we took 7 months and I went over every little fine detail of...

The Head of a Monkey

This pop/rock sophomore release by Joe Nacco pays homage to his glorious roots. Once the storied singer/guitarist/songwriter for indie-favs HEAD, Joe...

The Bored Syndrome

This CD is entirely self made from start to finish with absolutely no outside help. Written, recorded, performed, mixed, mastered and designed by Joe...

The Lost Art

Pop - Rock

Joe says, "We recorded The Head of a Monkey in 3 days under the influence. This time we took 7 months and I went over every little fine detail of this album with a fine tooth comb, Brian Wilson-style. I spent a great deal of time getting all the correct instruments to capture the mood and meaning of every song. Plus we were all sober the whole time!" With "Lovelight" getting international airplay and "Inside My Room" being featured on the indie-film "Used People" before the album has even been released, look for "The Lost Art" to enjoy a great deal of success. Joe says, "The real goal this time was no slacking off. Every track 1-10 would be an extraordinary track in some fashion and unique in it's own way. I wanted to put something out where the listener wouldn't want to skip over any tracks, ever. I invite everyone to take a listen to each and every song. We really feel like we've accomplished what we set out to do." Songs you may have heard on the radio include "By Your Side" and "It's OK." "Inside My Room" is featured on the soundtrack for the indie film "Used People."

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