Given birth to and raised in Ashland, MS, guitarist Joe Beard was raised using the Murphy brothers, among whom later discovered a global following while Matt “Acoustic guitar” Murphy. Guitarist Nathan Beauregard resided with Beard’s cousin, therefore he was encircled by aspiring and veteran blues music artists while we were young, and he started singing young. Beard became thinking about playing acoustic guitar via the Murphy brothers, who sat along with a B.B. Ruler when he performed in the Roosevelt Lake Golf club. Beard begun to find out guitar at age group 17 from Ernest Scruggs, a neighbor, before going to Chicago. Beard transferred to Rochester, NY, and every once in awhile would visit one of is own brothers in Chicago. He quickly became enamored from the blues getting played in night clubs there by people like Jimmy Reed and Sonny Boy Williamson. Beard sat along with John Lee Hooker one evening and received stimulating words and phrases from Hooker, and in addition afterwards sat in along with his idol, Muddy Waters. Whilst in Rochester, he produced the Spirit Brothers Six, playing bass and performing, but he didn’t perform in public areas on electric guitar until 1965. Beard befriended traditional blues guitarist Kid House, who was simply a neighbor in Rochester, and performed a concert for learners at the School of Rochester in 1968. Beard proved helpful as an electrician by time and would sometimes play out during the night and on weekends for some from the ’60s on to the ’80s. He includes a reputation among the greatest regional players around, and even though he may not really be a home name in other areas from the U.S., he toured European countries in 1983 and do studio room and stage use Buster Benton, Lafayette Leake, and Memphis Slim. On the famed BK Lounge, Beard and his support bands opened up for Bobby Bland, Albert Ruler, and others. Recently, Beard performed at Leader George H.W. Bush’s inaugural gala. In 1990, he documented an record for Kingsnake Information, FORGET ABOUT Cherry Rose, that was well received with the blues radio community. Beard documented an record with Ronnie Earl’s music group for the California-based AudioQuest label, Blues Union (1996). Associated him are Hammond B-3 organist Bruce Katz and tenor saxophonist David “Fathead” Newman. The record was a crucial success, earning Offbeat Magazine’s Blues Recording of the entire year award. He adopted it up with 1998’s For Genuine and 2000’s Dealin’, both information offering Duke Robillard.