With a musical career spanning over 40 years, a favorite question that Texas Singer/Songwriter Joe Cruz is often asked: "What was your greatest moment in the music business?" Without hesitation Joe answers, "June 6, 1976 at the Baytown, Texas Fairgrounds, opening for Willie Nelson at one his famous outdoor concerts! It was the first time I had ever done an outdoor concert with an audience in excess of 10,000 screaming people! Standing on that huge stage and singing for that mass of people had to be my greatest moment." Missing the creative part of the music business, Joe became one of the founding members of the Ft. Worth Songwriters Association (another great moment) where he remains a lifetime member. On June 1, 1997, Joe and his wife Judy, packed up and moved to Nashville to complete the final leg of his musical journey. "All my life, I wanted to live in Nashville just to be around some of the greatest songwriters and musicians in the world. And, to top it off, I got to record the best record of my life along with making new friends like Jimmy Payne, Don Wayne, Dick Feller, Danny Dill, Lynn Dukes and Denny Martin. I have furthered my career teaching Automotive Technology to many young auto technicians throughout Middle Tennessee and have continued playing music. Nashville has truly been a great opportunity for me." Joe Cruz's latest CD is titled "GOOD LUCK MAN' and is available online at: www.cdbaby.com/joecruz. The CD contains 7 original songs and 5 of Joe's absolute favorites. Sure to be a favorite in your cd collection. With Joe Cruz, it really is "ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC!"