Josh Thompson's new 'Turn It Up' album (April 1) sticks to what the singer does best. The 10 songs fall in line with the unique brand of blue collar country this Wisconsin native introduced on 'Way Out Here' in 2010. A lots changed since then, but a few important things have stayed the same.
Josh Thompson's 'Cold Beer With Your Name on It' isn't your typical tale of lost love. The singer is reaching out for a woman he's lost, but he's not asking for forever -- he just wants to spend the night enjoying a cold beer (and maybe a dance) with her.
Josh Thompson fans are going to want to pay close attention to Taste of Country next week! The singer is teasing his new video for 'Cold Beer With Your Name on It' right now on ToC, before the full release on Tuesday.
Josh Thompson is rolling forward with a new album called 'Tun It Up.' In a video from the Spotify studios in New York City, Thompson expressed his excitement to get new music into the hands of the fans this spring, saying, "I finally have another record coming out. On April 1 and it's no fooling."
Country music is like one big family. Your favorite musicians do a lot together, from vacation, to dining, to fishing. But even the country stars may have one too many beers. (OK, OK -- we'll call it "getting seasick".)
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