His work ethic, the honesty in his writing and the energy in his performances have combined to make Josh a powerful voice in country music.
"I love the blue collar honky-tonk crowd," he says, "the men and women that, like it says in 'Beer on the Table,' pretty much work their butts off all week and like to have a good time Friday night, because that's who I am — a working guy that got lucky enough to get a recording contract."
Josh hit Nashville in January of 2005 with just eight band gigs and a handful of acoustic gigs under his belt. After seven months of writers' nights, networking and his first attempts at co-writing, he landed a publishing deal with Ash Street Music. In April of 2008, Josh signed a management deal with Creek House Entertainment's Julianne Drennon. He has opened for artists including Jamey Johnson and Hank Williams, Jr., thrilling an ever-widening audience with his brand of high-energy country.
Josh made his Grand Ole Opry debut September 19, 2009. "I can't believe it!" he said. "A dream come true!"
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