Hi.  I Mostly I write story songs.  All my albums below are pretty different otherwise, so please don't listen to one and peg me into a single genre.  Hopefully you can find something you like on one of them.  Downloads are free.  Thanks for listening.



Coming in 2024. A fun album of some different rock genres I enjoy.

(2018) Bluegrass, Americana, Country, and Dixieland - Oh my!

(2015) If you liked Springsteen's "Nebraska" and "Ghost of Tom Joad" then you will like something here.

(2014) The good news of Jesus Christ in various musical genres.

(2014) Rock/Americana story songs augmented by historical readings. Kind of John Mellencamp meets NPR.

Press Reviews

"Accompanied by Julie Belanger Roy (violin, flute and vocals), Jonathan Maness (mandolin) and Yanic Bercier (drums), Beeler created a unique auditory experience. A key point in his performance was the song “Hooverville,” which tells the story of a day in the life of a Hooverville citizen during the Great Depression. Aided by a black and white slide show and Roy’s beautiful violin playing, the song came together to tell an amazing story of the shanty towns built by homeless people during the Depression. Joe Beeler is definitely a local artist to look out for." - University of Tennessee student Daily Beacon

“"Junction City,” an 18-song collection released earlier this year, are an extension of Beeler’s faith, determination and love of life. They’re not always pretty songs, but life isn’t always pretty, as some of Joe’s favorite songwriters (Chris Knight, Steve Earle, Bruce Springsteen) will be the first to tell you. But they are good songs. Fine songs, in fact, and his voice is rich and warm and perfect for telling stories in them." - Maryville daily Times