16 oct. 2011, 6h59m par mffm
30 juin 2010, 16h27m par juniorflewTalk to singer/songwriter Josh Wilson for very long, and you’re bound to get a laugh. He infuses humor into even the minor details—like the “No Thanks” section of his liner notes, in which he calls out high gas prices, cavities, pop-up ads, and the Black Smoke Monster from “Lost.” That deadpan sense of humor, not to mention a crop of cleverly constructed songs, definitely makes Josh stand out in a crowd.
It was Henry Wadsworth Longfellow who once said that “music is the universal language of mankind.” And for Josh Wilson, writing songs has always been the easiest, most therapeutic way of expressing exactly what’s on his mind.
Growing up in Lubbock, Texas, he rarely remembers a day that didn’t involve playing music. And by age 7, Josh’s voracious appetite for all things musical wasn’t simply limited to one instrument. After taking piano lessons, he also added drums and guitar to his growing repertoire.
As he continued to hone his skills, it didn’t surprise anyone…
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Switchfoot - Hello Hurricane
Your Love Is a Song
Britt Nicole - The Lost Get Found
The Lost Get Found
Welcome To The Show
Josh Wilson - Life Is Not A Snapshot
Jars of Clay - The Long Fall Back to Earth
Mat Kearney - City of Black and White
Closer To Love
All I Have