Joe Beck is one of Nashville's most successful and prolific songwriters.  His passion for writing and performing began almost before he could read. As the son of missionaries, Joe grew up in Thailand where he performed songs for the Queen and King.

Joe's enthusiasm for Christian music began in the 90's, when he accepted an invitation to collaborate on the gospel song "Holding Out Hope To You." That song, sung by Michael English, earned Joe his first Dove Award.

Joe Beck has had over 250 major cuts within the last eight years. Over forty of those reached top ten, and fifteen became number one in Christian music, including Avalon's worldwide hit "Can't Live A Day." Joe's song "The Glorious Impossible" was nominated for a Grammy. Artsts who have recorded Joe Beck's songs include Diamond Rio, the Gaither Vocal Band, Crossway, Gordon Mote, and Carl Cartee.