July 27, 1956
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Joseph M. Romersa (born July 27, 1956 in California) is an American song writer, drummer, multi-instrumentalist, producer, sound engineer and vocalist.
While many know him from his singing and lyric writing on the "Silent Hill" game series, many people also know him from his former group "Soy Cowboy", which can only half-accurately be described as a "Thai-Western" band.
During his long career, Joe has also worked with such other musicians as John Prine (where he was given a Grammy for participating as Recording engineer, and drums on Prine's 1991 Grammy winning album The Missing Years which won for best contemporary folk album), and Carlene Carter, eden ahbez, Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, Tom Petty, Laurence Juber, Bonnie Raitt, Bette Midler, David Lindley, Whoopi Goldberg, Poco, Thin White Rope, Bruce Springsteen, Angelyne, Havana, The Dickies, Melanie, The Lettermen, Peaches, Miki Howard, John Klemmer, Iron Butterfly, Egyptian Lover, Bitch, Dave Edmunds, Freddy Cannon, Don Julian & the Larks, Mary Wells, Big Mama Thornton, The Coasters, and Bob Dylan whom he has several humorous stories about. Joe also won an Electronic Music Award in 1973. He is also known for his voice-over work in several Japanese anime projects.
Joe currently lives in California, and still produces music at Shadow Box Studios.
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