Joseph Eid – The Dream Come True Of Following A Music Career

He had everything to pursue a classic career, 

The man has studied psychology and pre-med and was ahead of a well-planned career

But he still had the choice to pursue this career or another,

And his feet finally led him to the highway to his music. 

Bold of a New Yorker, raised in a strict and traditional, to leave the suburbs for New York City and start building a career and a life out of arts and poetry.

Americana-singer/songwriter, Joseph Eid has been writing poems and songs since ever.

The romantic and humanist kind of writer, his music is made of calm and cool harmonies, mellow ballads sang along the chords of his acoustic guitar. 

Dedicated to his dream, he went to Los Angeles then got in touch with the local community, playing regularly at open mic nights and showcases.

This is one of the best ways to prepare the beginning of your music careers: befriending new musicians, sharing contacts and experiences, giving proofs of your skills and talents, and growing in a thriving local music scene…

Shortly after, he began working with world-renowned guitarist/songwriter, David Lamar, honing his songwriting at weekly showcases at the Stone Bar.

This led him to write over 30 new songs as well as record a debut EP, Cardiac Output, followed by a full-length LP, Human back in 2014.

The more time flows the more Jospeh Eid owns his solo performances on stage, to the point that he has brought his one-man live show to many of Los Angeles’ premiere music venues, including stints at Room 5 and El Cid and residencies at The Stone Bar, Crane’s Hollywood Tavern, and Bar Lubitsch.

He has also toured the West Coast including a handful of house concerts as a part of the Concerts In Your Home series.

The man has found his niche activity, he’s made it to build his career and having the opportunity to perform so much is an accomplishment for a solo artist, indeed.

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