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Grand Ole Opry: Josh Thompson, The Secret Sisters & The Grascals
Grand Ole Opry House
May 28 2016
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Josh Thompson is a Wisconsin based country musician who first came to prominence with the release of his debut album on Columbia Records in 2010, titled Way Out Here, which climbed up to the ninth place on Us Country album charts. The offering charted three hits on the top 40 including Won’t Be Lonely Long, Way Out Here and Beer on the Table. The latter also appeared on Bubbling Hot 100 Singles charts and peaked on the third position. In 2011, he released the singles called CominAround and Change, wth where the former peaked at number thirty-three and the latter peaked on the forty-seventh place on US country charts. With such a bright career start, much is already expected from the artist making Josh Thompson tickets the new talk of town.
In 2005, Josh Thompson relocated to Nashville where he began working as a songwriter and his first ever cut was the title song on the album of Jason Michael Carroll titled Growing Up Is Getting Old. In 2009, he was offered to sign with the Nashville division of Columbia Records, with which he released his debut single titled Beer on the Table towards the end of the year. The song right away appeared on the fifty-fifth place on the charts of Billboard Hot County Songs, and was followed by an extended digital plays of four tracks that included this track with three others.
Josh Thompson’s debut album was issued in early 2010 with producer Michael Knox. In this album Thompson has written and co-written each of the album’s ten songs, which were promoted in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at the well-known Northern Lights Theatre. In the meantime, his debut single climbed up to the seventeenth spot on country music charts. The second single from the album, which was its title song, was issued in March 2010, on the radio. Next, Thompson concentrated on making song videos of the first two singles and two other tracks including Blame It on Waylon and Won’t BeLonely Long. From the beginning of February 2010, he started touring alongside Eric Church on his tour with thirty-two stops. He also toured with Brad Paisley in his 2010 H20 Tour, in which he was tapped.
The third single from Josh Thompson’s debut album, titled Won’t Be Lonely Long was released on country radio in November 2010. During this time Thomson also contributed in co-writing a track for Jason Aldean called Church Pew or Bar Stool, which was included in his 2010 studio offering My KindaParty. The following year he co-wrote another song called A Man Don’t Have to Die, which was included in an album by Brad Paisley called This Is Country Music. By the August of 2011, it was announced by Sony Music Nashville that Thompson alongside another artist from the same label, Miranda Lambert would be transferring to RCA Nashville owing to a corporate restructuring procedure.
In his debut album, Josh Thompson sings about the different impact of romance where Won’t Be LonelyLong expresses what is like to be suddenly, while I Won’t Go Crazy is a walts about being able to stay sane., Back Around, reflects upon a young couple falling in love and Blame it On Waylon builds upon the dark life experiences that leave their imprint through scars and memories. Another song, Sinner, presents perhaps the most honest picture of sins, redemption and grace as inescapable aspects of life, which Thompson plays in an overpowering manner with a heavy beat. His very first single Beer on theTable, has been described as one of the most beautiful anthems of a working man, in which the artist explores play and work, alongside the hard-to-get yet easy-to-go nature of money. This is a heartfelt, honest album that cuts straight to the core. Just book some Josh Thompson concert tickets, put on your county hats and be there to listen to some romantic country tinkles.