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Joe Filisko & Eric Noden

Joe's soul brother and possibly perfect musical match.  Joe has known and admired Eric for years but only started gigging with him early in 2004. They have already graced the stages of the Chicago Blues Fest, the American Music Fest, the Two Way Street Coffee House and Buddy Guy's Legends as well well as duo performances in France, Germany, Croatia, the UK and Sweden.  Acoustic Blues and ragtime at its finest, with a touch of amplified harp. They also offer teaching seminars as a duo.

CDs: Live, I. C. Special, Missed Train Blues

Solo Concerts

Always the teacher, Joe plays his lessons with an entertaining flair. He can do a complete concert and keep his audiance intrigued and amazed with his vast repertoire of styles.

 

Recording Credits

Bob Stroger and Kenny "Beedy Eyes" Smith CD Release featuring Joe "Keepin' It Together" 2014

 

"Glenn Kaiser & Joe Filisko Live at Cornerstone Festival 2012" DVD & CD

Diamond Jim Greene's CD (2012) "Surrounded"

featuring Joe on 01. Shake 'Em On Down, 07. Screamin' And Cryin' Blues, 10. Prison Blues


Glenn Kaiser's
CD (2011) "Cardboard Box" features Joe playing on the title track and "Poverty Blues."
A majority of the proceedes of Cardboard Box are going to aid a Chicago homeless shelter called Cornerstone Community Outreach (CCO)

Grand Dermody's CD "Lay Down My Burden" (2010) features Joe

"the original eric noden" (2008),  features Joe on "Salt Rock Blues" and "Weep and Moan."

You can hear some of Joe's acoustic and amplified playing on the
David Jacobs-Strain CD  "An Ocean Or A Teardrop"

and he also recorded with the Carl Davis Band for the CD "Twangaroo Daddio"

And have to mention . . . Joe recorded a track with
Grant Dermody on the CD "Crossing That River"

Joe recorded with Al Miller on the
title track of the 2000 release
"In Between Time"

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