Both the musical and lyrical presentation of ”Watch It Fall” is mind-blowing and mesmerizing, and sometimes empowering. The song, in fact, is showering many colors of human emotions to the audience through its rich lyrics and musical presentation. ”

No Depression

“Watch It Fall,” about a crumbling apartment building inhabited by neighbors on the downswing. Its twangy pedal-steel guitar complements Eid’s amiable tenor, which somehow manages to make a downbeat subject seem light and picaresque. That, in fact, is Eid’s gift––an ability to thread a silver lining into the dark cloud of his subject matter. ”

Music Connection Magazine

“Watch it Fall” is not only a catchy song, it is also easy to relate to as it reflects on a universal situation; a time when life throws you a curveball. ”



American Songwriter Magazine

Joseph Eid makes us smile—and laugh—with the humorous and heartfelt video for his new song, “Ready Now.” ”

New Now Next

“I must admit “Human” sucked me in like a powerful drug and refused to let go long after the CD was over. There is definitely something special about this artist.”
Vents Magazine
“Bring in a combination of good playing, solid heartfelt vocals, top flight production value, and you come away understanding why many are talking about Eid down in Southern California.”
Band Blurb
“In a nutshell this is Ian Britt meets Craig Cardiff. Other notable comparables include: Amos Lee, Joe Purdy, David Gray, Brett Dennen and Gregory Alan Isakov.”
Indie Music Reviews
“Joseph Eid is probably one those names that will be heard a lot in the not too distant future.”
Bruce Von Stiers Reviews
"Eid is one of those writers who delivers a sense of “life” renewal and a deeper perspective with songs of hope, survival, love, discovery, loss, crazy situations, of making peace with life and with simply being alive."
Indie Music Reviews