The tune, which was released in 2002, was Joe’s first offering from his Man With a Memory album that was released by Universal South Records.
However, my dear friend Ashley just reminded me that Joe had a record deal in his late teens with Intersound Records. In 1996, the future hitmaker released a self-titled album which featured several singles that never charted.
The first of which was “Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other” which inspired the creation of this ’90s-tastic music video.
You’ll notice, Joe, who has always been know for longer hair, was rocking some serious length for the clip that had to have been shot in his late teens, or right as he turned 20.
Ya gotta love a good hair flip.
If you’re as fascinated about hair styles in country music as I am, check out my book, Country Music Hair, out Nov. 8, 2016.