Joseph Steff Helm (born September 13, 2000), is an American singer-songwriter and musician, widely known as the lead vocalist and organist of pop rock band The International Airlines.
|First||Birth name: Joseph Steff Helm|
|Second||Birthday: September 13, 2000|
|Third|| Genre(s): Breakstep, pop rock,
dance-pop, electropop, 2 step, dubstep, modern pop rock
|Fourth|| Instruments: Vocals, organ, guitar,
bass, piano, drums
|Fifth||Label(s): Stomp Records|
|Sixth|| Associated acts:
The International Airlines.
Born and raised in Manhattan, New York, Helm began his musical career in 1980, when he co-founded 2 step band Silent Society, of which he was the lead vocalist and guitarist. After the commercial failure of their only album, The 60 Minute Warnings, the band split up. Later, he reformed the band and a fifth member was added to form the International Airlines. The band released their first album, Jerseys of Life, which went multi-platinum in the US. Since then, they have released three more albums, Around the World (1981), Wisdome Feeling (1986), and Happy Weiner (1987). As part of the International Airlines, he has received three Grammy Awards, two Billboard Music Awards, two American Music Awards, a PGA Tour Video Music Award and a World Music Award.