Joe Bachman is a Florida-based Country Singer/Songwriter having played over 5000 live shows in his 20+ year career. Born in Southern NJ, Joe spent the early part of his career playing the East Coast Clubs and Casinos. In 2005, he moved to Key West, FL which allowed Joe to meet several mentors that helped mold his career (Lee Brice, Kenny “Big Kenny” Alphin, Cliff Cody, Kenny Chesney, Arlis Albritton, Craig Wayne Boyd, Florida Georgia Line, and more). Two years later, Joe made Nashville his part-time home, and after a few more years of songwriting and performances, he signed his Record Deal with RockRidge Music. 2013 saw Joe on a 110-Station, 49-State Radio Tour. In addition to his radio stops, he was also supporting acts like Florida Georgia Line, Drake White, David Nail, Randy Houser, Joe Nichols, and more. Joe’s debut single with RRM “Lookatchu” reached the Top 40 on the charts.
However, Joe’s passion has always been writing songs for our Military and performing them live for our troops all over the globe. At the request of a dear friend in the US Navy (LCDR Jason Duff), Bachman co-wrote his song “A Soldier’s Memoir (PTSD Song)” to help bring awareness to one of our country’s most difficult results of combat experience. Today, his music video for “ASM” has 5+ Million views and continues to help our Veterans explain the difficulties they experience returning home from war. Joe currently resides in the Delaware Beaches with his wife Laura and their 7-year old daughter, HaileyRose and 2-year old son, Tucker. He continues to write and perform music all over the US and is known for his high-energy, interactive live show. Bachman's newest release, "Sex, Drugs, and Country Music" is his 3rd full-length LP, and he calls it his most personal album, by far. Every track was co-written by Bachman and tells a personal story directly from Bachman's life experiences.