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Josh would like to thank you for checking out the website. He hopes you will enjoy the music, the information, and all the features his website has to offer. Josh states "I want to reach out to as many people as possible through my music. As a songwriter it's a real good feeling to have people enjoy the music you create and I hope everyone who visits will enjoy my songs and become a fan." Josh would like to thank everyone for their continued support.
Ain't Worth The Whiskey
From Country Weekly
There have been plenty of songs about drowning one’s sorrows, drowning one’s memory or even “drinking my baby goodbye.” But Cole Swindell is sipping a slightly different brew with his new single, “Ain’t Worth the Whiskey.” He’s telling his ex that he won’t waste a shot of rotgut to erase her from his memory. Heck yeah!
Read more... Country Weekly
2015 Key West Music Festival
SESAC has invited Josh to the 20th Anniversary of the Key West Songwriter's Festival, to be held in Key West Florida, May 6 - 10, 2015. Josh said, "I am honored to be asked by SESAC to be a part of this great festival."
To learn more about the Key West Songwriter Festival click on 2015 Key West Songwriter's Festival
Texas country crooner Jason Cassidy has a new project coming out this spring that has two Josh Martin co-written tunes in it. "Ain't Learned Nothin' Yet" is a rocking country tune Josh co-wrote with songwriters Bruce Wallace and Shawn Christian. The second cut, "I Got It Good" is another Josh Martin tune written with Cole Swindell along with Michael Carter. "I Got It Good" is a mid-tempo, feel good song that everyone will be singing along with. Josh said, "Jason is a very talented singer and will surely do these songs justice. I'm excited he picked two of our songs to put into his new project. From what I've heard so far, this album will be killer, I wish him all the best". Be on the lookout this spring for Jason's #717 Album!
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