Joe Zambon served two years with NET Ministries of Canada and Ireland before completing an Undergrad in Theology at Dominican College in Ottawa. As an infant, he had a rare condition in which fingers on each hand were webbed together. When doctors asked Joe—then three-years old—why he wanted them separated, he responded, “to play piano”. Two surgeries later, he took up piano and never stopped. Since 2005, Joe has created 5 full-length albums, each themed and embossed with raw faith-filled folk songs that speak on the human condition as coming “from the broken, for the broken.” Joe resides in Toronto where he works as a campus minister for the Archdiocese of Toronto at York University.