Joe Charron

Joe Charron
Hallowed Ground

with Special Guests 'The Laws'

Joe Charron's songs are a passionate menage a trois of prose, melody and acute insight into the things that make us human. No wonder music writer Rick Dennis once described Joe as having "a novelist's eye for detail and the soul of a honky-tonk poet." He has recorded four albums (two with The Laws) and produced a music talk show for Shaw Cable called "Canadian Songsmith" that featured interviews with Canada's touring singer/songwriters. His song "Providence Ferry" has been recorded by five different artists, most recently by Montana Blackfeet troubador Jack Gladstone whose album won a Native American Music award. Joe says he always enjoys the 'music carnival' nature of folk festivals but is particularly attracted to the 'up close and personal' experience of house concerts.

Joe Charron Born In Winter

Joe Charron Train Wreck on the Dance Floor

very rare only 2 left in stock

This Valley tunesmith applies the same passion, commitment and artistry to his music that he does to that finely hewn willow furniture that he fashions in his spare time. Strong vivid lyrics. Sturdy melodies. A robust voice to keep away the rain. They're more than just a good place to visit. Joe Charron builds songs you can live in.

"Joe Charron is a gifted story-teller with a strong clear voice and a worldly-wise view of human nature..."Times Colonist, Victoria B.C.
"...a novelist's eye for detail and the soul of a honky-tonk poet" Country Wave Magazine "Joe Charron show at he Opera House was mesmerizing...the line up for his CD was longer than the one at the bar" The Times, Gravenhurst Ontario
The Somenoes Sessions: Vol.1, 1997
Born in Winter, 1996
Train Wreck on the Dance Floor, 1994

Joe Charron The Somenos Sessions:Volume1

on cassette only