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Joe Diffie has long been regarded as a singer's singer. He is recognized as a master stylist with a world-class voice as well as a great judge of material.

For the past dozen years, he has been the source of a string of memorable country hits, including 12 #1s and 17 Top Tens. In the process he has carved out a niche as a versatile entertainer who combines fun and substance in a unique way, showing equal prowess with the hottest of up-tempo songs and the most passionate of ballads. He is also a true personality, a man who stands out in a genre sometimes marked by uniformity.

Joe burst onto the scene with the 1990 smash, "Home," which kicked off a string of hits that quickly established him as a formidable new talent. In fact, five of his first six singles went straight to #1, earning him Cashbox magazine's Male Vocalist of the Year award and Billboard's Top Singles Artist of the Year. Throughout the decade, hits like "If The Devil Danced (In Empty Pockets)," "Ships That Don't Come In," "John Deere Green," "Third Rock From The Sun," "Pickup Man," "So Help Me Girl," and "A Night To Remember" marked him as one of the most consistent and dynamic of the era's hit makers, a pattern that continues with his 2002 smash, the title cut from the album IN ANOTHER WORLD.

His success led to honors and accolades on a number of fronts. In 1993, he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Two years later, he starred in his own TNN special. In 1996, Ford Motor Company chose "Pickup Man" as a national jingle, making Joe a highly visible star of commercials. He won a Grammy in 1999 for his performance on "Same Old Train" from the TRIBUTE TO TRADITION album.

One of the most liked and respected people in the industry, Joe is a tireless worker for charitable causes, including his own First Steps program, a concert and golf tournament which benefits children with special needs. In 1997, his efforts earned him the Country Radio Broadcasters Humanitarian Award.

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