Chicago-born guitarist Joe Jammer set his sights on music at the age of 9. He began his career as a roadie for Jimi Hendrix, The Who and Led Zeppelin. After moving to London at the invitation of Jimmy Page, Jammer appeared on more than 150 albums within 10 years, playing for the likes of Joe Cocker, Ringo Starr and Stealers Wheel. In the mid-1970s, while touring with French superstar Julien Clerc, he made a stop in Montreal, where he stayed some 20 years, playing with Robert Charlebois and harmonica master Jim Zeller. The versatile musician returned to the Windy City in 2005, where he has taken on a variety of music projects, from composing a television credit ditty to a thundering sports victory song.