Chanteur Country US né le 23 Janvier 1978 à Cedarburg (Wisconsin).
artist Josh Thompson kicked off his career in 2009, when the songwriter released
his first single, “Beer on the Table,” and co-authored a song for
Jason Michael Carroll’s Top
Ten album Growing Up Is Getting Old. A native of western Wisconsin,
Thompson began pouring concrete alongside his father at the age of 12, and a
sense of blue-collar pride soon found its way into his music. He moved to
Nashville in 2005, assembled a band, and received a boost when Columbia Records
signed him to the label’s country division. “Beer on the Table” became a Top 40
country single in 2009, marking Thompson's first taste of chart success, and he
spent the rest of the year touring and finalizing his debut album.
Way Out Here appeared in February 2010, debuting at nine on Billboard's country charts. Two other hits followed -- "Way Out Here" peaked at 15, "Won't Be Lonely Long" at 25 -- and Thompson received a boost by supporting both Eric Church and Brad Paisley on their respective 2010 tours. Thompson got lost in record label restructuring in 2011, moving from Columbia Nashville to RCA Nashville. He released one single for the label, "Comin' Around," which peaked at 31, then parted ways with the label. In 2012, Thompson signed with Show Dog/Universal and he spent the next year working on a new album. "Cold Beer with Your Name on It" made it to 32 in late 2013, and the full-length Turn It Up appeared in April 2014.
Talents : Vocals, Guitar, Songwriter
Style musical : Contemporary Country
Years in activity :
|02/2010||CD SONY 56858 (US)||WAY OUT HERE - Beer On The Table / Blame It On Waylon / Sinner / Won't Be Lonely Long / Always Been Me / A Name In This Town / Way Out Here / You Ain't Seen Country Yet / Back Around / I Won't Go Crazy|
|04/2014||CD Show Dog B 002013202 (US)||Turn It Up - Down For A Get Down / Turn It Up / Cold Beer With Your Name On It / Wanted Me Gone / Hillbilly Limo / A Little Memory / Drink Drink Drink / Left This Town / Firebird / Hank Crackin' People|
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