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Stephen DiJoseph

music + film + tourettes

  What People Are Saying:




“A really creative film! Great work and keep going!”

– Academy Award Winner Ron Judkins


Stephen— I like it! So much more to learn about Tourettes and this is one clever way to trace its progress and its tic by tic variations– like charting a musical score.”

– Gene Shay WXPN philly

“Just wanted to tell you great job. Loved the documentary….I really did! You are so creative and it is exciting to watch other people      celebrate it too. You are making a difference in the TS community.”

– Brad Cohen, ‘Front of the class’ Author


“A humorous and insightful journey through the mind of a composer/performing artist who grew up, lives and thrives with Tourette’s Syndrome .”

– Washington DC Indie Film Festival


"This is a nice thing (about Stephen’s guitar style)… when a guitarist can take such an old instrument and create such a NEW HYPNOTIC SPELL …"

– John McEuen, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

"Words and music TALENTED singer-songwriter Stephen DiJoseph doesn’t make a big issue of having Tourette’s syndrome, so we won’t either. His new CD HYPNOTIZED highlights his low-key, prog-rock sound and jazzy folkways plus, his dynamite, swinging version of the Moody Blues ‘Nights in White Satin’."

– Michael Harrington, Philadelphia Enquirer

"Complex, bold, awe-inspiring performances and arrangements. The likes of which this listener has rarely witnessed."

– Brian Austin Whitney, Founder
JP Folks International Music Network

"…Strains of acoustic folk-rock, Beckish modernism, soft-pedal soul, and drum-‘n’-bass coalesce into a poetic and accessible collection of songs with an original flavor."

– Jon Sobel,

"…a soulful voice …. mind-bending instrumentals that leave you feeling like you found something you didn’t know you needed.

– Charlotte Renner, Host, Maine Things Considered

Notable Interviews:

The WHYY/NPR Talk Show RADIOTIMES With Marty Moss- Coane - Discussing The “Influence” Of Tourette’s Syndrome On Music And Creativity

Frequent Guest On Philadelphia’s Longest Running Folk Radio Program, The Gene Shay Show On WXPN

Featured On PRI’s Echoes, Syndicated On Over 230 Radio Stations.