Award-winning guitarist and vocalist Josh Williams is also a virtuoso on the banjo, as well as a master mandolin and fiddle player. He has been playing music professionally since he was ten years old. ‘Modern Day Man’, produced by the legendary J. D. Crowe.Modern Day Man is the album the bluegrass world was expecting from Josh, metaphorically speaking, when he was sidelined by drug addiction in 2008. Unsurprisingly, many of the tracks feature tales of personal darkness, coming from renowned songwriters Ronnie Bowman and Jerry Douglas, Tom T. Hall, Chris Stapleton and Brandon Rickman, and Harley Allen. But others carry the message of redemption, which is equally close to Williams’ heart.
For nearly 35 years, Steve Howe has been at the forefront of guitarists in popular music. Howe has mastered it and recorded with it at some point on one of countless albums he’s been a part of as a group member, solo artist and special guest.The Homebrew project of releases which started with Volume 1 […]
After over a decade away from the stage and studio, Bob Hillman returns with the full-length album Lost Soul. The album’s title is ironic in the sense that, with his longtime musical mentor ex-Plimsoul Peter Case at the helm, the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter has found his way out of the creative wilderness. He taps back […]