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April 30, 2014







The Album’s First Single, “Love & Sex Pt. 2” Featuring Grammy Award Winner Kelly Rowland Already A Top Ten Hit On The Billboard Urban Adult Contemporary Chart

National and International Tour Dates Announced


Grammy nominee JOE, who has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, once again proves the staying power of soulful R&B success with his Billboard Urban A/C Top 10 (and growing) hit single, “Love & Sex Pt. 2.” The song features Grammy award winner Kelly Rowland, accompanied by a charismatic video shot by famed film director Billy Woodruff. “Love & Sex Pt. 2” is the lead song from the chart-topper’s forthcoming album, BRIDGES, which will be released

June 23, 2014 on his new label Plaid Take-Over,  with new partner and manager Gerald Plaid Isaac, through BMG Artist Services with distribution from RED.


“Joe continues a long legacy of making great love songs!  He sounds just as fresh

and exciting as when he came on the scene in the 90’s…..”

-Skip Dillard, WBLS Radio – Program Director

Watch Love & Sex Pt.2 featuring Kelly Rowland:


BRIDGES, described as a therapeutic retrospect, takes a look into the multi-talented singer, songwriter-producer’s outlook on life’s relationship endeavors and where they have taken him. Derek “DOA” Allen (Tyrese, Wale, Smokey Norful), Edrick Miles (Trey Songz, Nikki Minaj, Lil Wayne), Gerald Isaac (Mary J. Blige, Mario, Angie Stone) and Taj Jackson (Ne-Yo, Monica, Janet Jackson) are among the producers and songwriters who collaborated on BRIDGES with JOE. BRIDGES follows his 2013 critically acclaimed album, DoubleBack: Evolution of R&B, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 6 on the Billboard 200 Charts.


Why Bridges? “We build them, cross them, burn them, then soon realize how much we need them. Relationships are bridges and at some point we must take responsibility for where we have allowed those relationships to take us. Most important, what relationships or bridges are we currently building, crossing into or burning?” says JOE.


“This album has all of the criteria needed in bridging JOE into other audiences and genres while remaining a staple with his core fan base,” states Gerald Isaac. “The album is simply what it says.”


On BRIDGES, Joe again brings to the forefront the elegant simplicity and amazing vocals that have made him one of music’s most accomplished and popular singers with a strong foothold in today’s R&B music.   Songs like “Sex Ain’t A Weapon,” with its strong shuffle beat reminiscent of Marvin Gaye, keeps you grooving on the subject matter of the women who choose to hold back or deprive their man of lovin.’ A Queen B should never hold back the honey…not later but sooner girl you’ll hear the rumor that other fish been swimming around in your sea.”


Then there’s the powerful and thought-provoking ballad “If You Lose Her.” The song positions JOE as a spokesman encouraging guys or the gambling man to think about the consequence of neglect through their own selfish pleasures, placing them at the very cusp of losing a good woman. If you lose her, there’ll be a hole in your soul, no grave deep enough to bury the pain….


Other songs include the future ladies anthem “First Lady,” “The Rest Will Follow,” the party driven “Take It To The House,” “Blame Her Broken Heart On Me,” and the eloquent soul-stirring ballad “Till The Rope Gives Way.”


JOE, who has collaborated with some of today’s most contemporary artists, will be on a national and international tour in support of BRIDGES. He will perform his hit single, “Love & Sex Pt. 2,” in addition to his other hit songs that include: “All The Things (Your Man Won’t Do),” “All That I Am,” “No One Comes Close,” “Love Scene,” and “I Wanna Know.”

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Future concert dates include:


April 26                       Raleigh, NC                             Duke Energy Center

April 27                       Las Vegas, NV                        Government Amphitheater


May 3                          Montego Bay, JA                    Royalton White Sands Luxury Resorts

May 10                        Oakland, CA                           Paramount Theater

May 11                        Columbia, SC                         Township Auditorium

May 16                        Dover, DE                               Dover Hotel & Casino

May 24                        San Diego, CA                        Omni Costa Resort

May 25                         Omaha, NE                            Omaha Civic Auditorium


June 8                          Columbia, MD                        Capital Jazz Festival

June 13                        Tuscaloosa, AL                       Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

June 14                        Orlando, FL                             Walmart Annual 100 Black Men Event

June 18                        Silver Springs, MD                  WMMJ Radio Acoustic Intimate Performance

June 27                        Boston, MA                             Agganis Arena with New Edition

June 28                        Philadelphia, PA                      Mann Center with New Edition

June 29                        Brooklyn, NY                          Barklay Center with New Edition

July 3                           New Orleans, LA                     House of Blues

July 5                           Charlotte, NC                           PNC Music Pavilion with New Edition

July 10                         Dallas, TX                               Verizon Theater Grand Prairie with New Edition

July 11                         Houston, TX                            Reliant Arena with New Edition

July 13                         Newark, NJ                              Performing Arts Center

July 19                         White Plains, NY                     Westchester County Center (T)

August 2                      Oakland, CA                            Oracle Arena with New Edition

August 3                      Los Angeles, CA                      Nokia Theater with New Edition

August 9                      Detroit, MI                               Chene Park Amphitheater

August 12                    Harlem, NY                              Harlem Park

August 30                    Orlando, FL                             Gaylord Palms Resort


September 12               Southaven, MS                        Landers Center

September 26               Lubbock, TX                           Fair Park Coliseum


October 3                     Uganda Africa                         Uganda Soul Jazz Festival


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