Joe Di Fiore is a freelance musician who has had the pleasure to perform and record alongside artists such as Rod Stewart, Matthew Morrison, Susan Egan, Barbara Morrison, Abe Laboriel, and Vinnie Colaiuta. He has also played with bands and orchestras such as the Tom Kubis Big Band, Claire Fischer Big Band, Bill Holman Big Band, Whittier Regional Symphony, and MacCallum Concert Band.

He also has recorded, composed, and orchestrated for a wide variety of artists and composers for different albums, documentaries, commercials, and independent films. He has recorded on scores for independent films such as Going South and Ruta Madre, commercials for Princess Cruises and The Black Tux, and TV shows such as The Loud House. He has also written music for films like Blackheads and Forever Home 

Joe is a member of the Glenn Miller Orchestra as the lead Saxophonist. He has toured with the group all around  Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and Hawaii. While on tour, they regularly perform at some of the most prestigious concert halls and venues selling out shows for up to thousands of people.

In the summer of 2020, Joe released his debut album, Out of the Woods, a classical chamber music album while containing elements of jazz and music of the American west. His music was recently featured in KVC-Arts, a division of NPR that features local artists around southern California.

Over the past couple of years, Joe has developed his brand identity on TikTok by collaborating with various artists, hopping between genres, and generating millions of views on his videos, amassing over 60,000 followers on the platform.

Joe is a graduate of OCSA (Orange County School of the Arts) where he studied saxophone under Jeff Clayton. He received his Bachelor of Music Degree and Masters of Music Degree from APU (Azusa Pacific University) where he studied Saxophone with Rusty Higgins, Clarinet with Gary Bovyer, Flute with Gary Woodward, and composition with Tom Hynes.