LOS ANGELES, CA-
“…The R&B vibes continued when Joe Daccache got up on stage. Dressed in a sleek beige suit with a sleeveless white t-shirt, and adorned with a gold chain hanging from his neck, I was thinking some smooth 90’s R&B vibes before he hit his first note. By the time he passionately belted the chorus to “Make It Last”, he fulfilled my prediction. I was getting Stockley Williams (Mint Condition) vibes from him.
Prior to closing out his set, and thus the evening, he gave the audience a glimpse into his personal life and told the story of his coming out to his family. He emphasized the importance of living one’s truth and encouraged those dealing with similar issues as his to join him in celebrating that truth with his finale “F.A.G.” (“Fabulous And Gay”). A very positive outro to a very positive evening of some extremely good pop music.”