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February 14 Hannah Owens, Lacey Ingram, Rachel Stacy 

Hannah Owens is a local songwriter I’ve known for several years and while this isn’t the only good thing about her, I have to say she has the most beautiful voice.  Her songs elicit emotion of all sorts and draw you in.  She has a subtle and unassuming presentation, often sitting cross legged on a stool just strumming along like she was fishing for catfish off the dock.  She has a sweetness in her soul that’s obvious to the audience, but she also has a fire in her heart that keeps her running with the best of them.  

            Her original recordings are reminiscent of a groovy kind of Alt-Americana sound like it could be from 50 years ago or 50 years from now.  The production indicates she’s willing to take some risks with what otherwise might be a pretty traditional female country sound.  I think she sounds anything but traditional, though she can drop a pretty good Dolly or Patsy tune on you.  

            You’ll want to pay close attention to the lyrics as she’ll take you on a trip through the feelings one may have in a relationship, on the road, or just looking inward.  She plays around town and collaborates a lot.  Hannah is also willing to jump onstage and sing harmony with you whenever she gets the feels.  I remember once, she came up to sing something with me and before I let her get away I started into Whiskey Lullaby.  It was the most fun I’d ever had singing that song.  

            Find Hannah around town at Magnolia Motor Lounge or countless other places where music is happening.  I’m proud to call her friend but even prouder to share this industry with her, and share her music with you.  Links are below, follow her and go see a show!


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Lacey Ingram is, as she says, my sister from another mister… or is it that I’m her brother from another mother?  Either way, we of course enjoyed meeting each other and finding the humor in sharing the same last name and love for making music.  We instantly hit it off, like many of us do, one night in the stockyards. Lacey is such a firebrand and almost always has that devilish grin that draws you to her.  

            My favorite song she’s put out so far is Murder and Moonshine.  It’s a story type rocking song that combines elements of country, rock, blues, and even some folk and bluegrass.  The most important element in the song is her piercing voice that introduces itself, unapologetically, the line “There’s fiiiiiiiiire on the mountain!”  I get goosebumps every time I listen.  We’ve all felt pinned into a tough situation and that’s what this song addresses, though hopefully we’re not all only wanted by the long arm of the law.

            Lacey plays around town a great deal and she brings that thunder with her.  Follow her social media and streaming platforms so you’ll find out when she has new music coming.  Don’t miss Lacey while she’s still playing for you for free!  Tell her I sent you!


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Rachel Stacy has been such a force for music for a good bit.  I’ve had massive respect for her ability and tenacity.  She has some kind of traditional country sounding stuff but also some kick-you-right-in-the-dang teeth rock music.  Rachel brings a soul to the stage that has to be moving 1000 MPH.  I dare you to go to a Rachel Stacy show and lose interest, cause she won’t let you.  There is not a part of her show that isn’t entertaining.  She sings like fire, plays guitar exceptionally, and saws a fiddle in half.  

            We play in many of the same places, but not on the same nights, so I almost never get to hear her play live.  If I did, I’d want to hear her live version of “Boomerang” which cuts to the quick.  “Wishing Well” might be new favorite song of hers.  It feels like something that came from my youth with an uplifting message about a commitment to remembering the past.  

            Rachel has a way to connect words and music to human emotion that is not super common.  When you match those notes and words to her heart wrenching voice, it makes for a powerful experience.  Go see, listen, and experience Rachel Stacy.  You’ll thank me for it.


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These are three powerful women in a male dominated business, but don’t let that change how you think, cause they don’t.

February 2nd Tee Fitch, CC Cross, Colin Boyd 

It's been icy and lots of shows have canceled.  That's always tough for working musicians but this is nothing compared to 2020.  We're all a little tougher and braver now.  Since I didn't get to play much this week, and neither did many others, I'll tell you about three artists I wish I got to see more:

Tee Fitch is such a groovy songwriter I sometimes feel like he's customizing the songs for me.  Sellwood Bridge has that iconic sound like it was lifted from a nineties movie about relationships, growing up, and trying to decide which parts of life to care about and which parts to throw into the wind.  I CAN NOT stop listening to it.  If you grew up with the music I did, this will fit perfectly into that huge binder of homemade CDs with the perfect mixes for driving.  Thing For You is very catchy and since I know the person it was written for, I can tell you it's about as honest a song as a person can write.  Have you ever fallen hard for someone and don't exactly know what to do about it?  If so, this song will make perfect sense.  If not, well, sorry about you, get out there and meet some people.

I met Tee through a mutual friend when I needed someone to play bass at a show in Waco, TX.  He could not have been cooler that day as we encountered technical problem after technical problem.  He is such a good dude to have around because he doesn't get rattled, or at least he doesn't let it show.  With excellent guitar skills, great vocals, and genuine song-writing, I wish I could see more Tee Fitch shows and hear more Tee Fitch Music.  Check him out online!

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I met CC Cross in a music competition several years ago.  Side note: I hate music competitions, but they do create an opportunity to meet and network with other musicians, and there's nothing better than that.  CC and I became fast friends, cause she's just like that.  She's sweet but not weak, tough but not mean, and walk through fire for the ones she loves.  We lost touch a few years ago and she took a break from music for a bit.  Now that she's back at it, I can't wait to see what she comes up with.  

She has an excellent cover of Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground but her single Woman of Steel is probably my favorite thing she has on Spotify.  Again, I wish you could have access to all of her material, and it may be floating around somewhere out there.  I know I still have some hard copies of the CDs she sold at shows.  I like to use the word grit to describe artists who I think really put themselves out there and don't let the difficulty of the business slow them down.  Since I use that often enough, it doesn't begin to describe the grit, tenacity, full on soul of fire that CC puts into her music.  Check her out and tell me I'm wrong.

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To round out my three this week, I'll add someone who should need no introduction, but he is someone I wish I could see more often.  Colin Boyd is someone I've known for years, and even though we don't talk much, I have crazy respect for his talent and work ethic!  You don't get to work as much and for a long in this business as Colin has if you're not working seriously hard and maintaining solid relationships.  He's got such a groovy way about it him too.  You would think it all just comes easy to him.  You know how some musicians are so loud they suck up all the energy in the room for themselves?  Well, that's not Colin.  I don't know if I've met a humbler, more gracious fellow song-writer than Colin, and if anyone had a right to be a little cocky, it'd be him. 

Tell me, when you listen to ​​​​​​​Another Heart To Break you don't feel like you're in some honky-tonk waiting in line for a cool, not cold, lite beer that'll cost a dollar and a half.  It swings, it grooves, and is a really fun listen.  Juliet is a fun song simply asking if she's found Romeo yet.  It's fun and light hearted.  I'll be listening more and more as I didn't realize until the writing of this blog that I wasn't following him on Spotify.  Let me assure you, that has been rectified.  Check out Colin at the links below, and he has tons of shows so go see him live and tell him I sent you.

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Thanks for reading!  Feel free to share this with other music fans.  Go see live music if you love music.  Be careful out there.  See you soon!

January 23 

Every Saturday I play a show at Filthy McNasty's Saloon in the Fort Worth Stockyards. I play 4:00-6:00 and take over the stage from the man who plays 2:00-4:00, Phil Wallace. Phil is one of the most entertaining musicians I know, but I don't always know how entertaining he means to be. He'll sometimes talk as much as he sings, and will let you know if he thinks you should be doing something different than you are. Phil has a unique approach to stage presence that sometimes involves not being on the stage at all.  

As long as I've known Phil, I've known him to be talented and genuine. He has an old soul and writes that way. You won't usually hear him sing the latest release from the coolest new band, but he'll sing songs that make you think and sometimes want to lay down and cry. He'll also make you laugh till you almost wet yourself. Oh yeah, if he takes a shine to you, he's liable to make you blush. Go see Phil Wallace play. Listen to his music. You've never heard anything like him.


Sometimes, when Phil can't make it on a Saturday, he'll get our buddy T-Bone Stearns to fill in for him. T-Bone has the kind of voice that will pull you in from the street because you just know someone with that voice must also have something good to sing. Whether you catch him with his band, The Low Flying Buzzards, or by himself, his shows are really cool to watch. He'll sing heart wrenching love songs and good ole beer drinking tunes. He's an inspiration to people like me because of the strength of will he shows in this business that will put your willpower to the test every second.  

T-Bone has a style that seems familiar, but not like anyone you've heard before. While he can sound just like Willie, Waylon, and Johnny, he doesn't. There's not a huge catalogue available on Spotify yet, but check out what he does have, follow, like I do, and wait for more. His new single "Buzzards" is a gritty mournful jam that takes you through an emotional desert reducing people to dogs and buzzards, reminding us to take care of the ones we love.  

I can't wait to hear what more T-Bone will have for us to listen to, but for now, he plays several shows every week. I bet you can figure out when and where to find him, like a buzzard might...


And finally, why don't I tell you about Skylar Payne. Skylar has been around for awhile (not as long as me) but long enough for most people who hang out in the DFW honky-tonks to know who he is. He hosts lots of open mic nights, open jams, songwriter nights, you name it.  

He's written some incredible music in his own right. One blew me away so much I did a cover of it on my YouTube channel. It's called "Before You Said Goodbye" and I can't even think of the song without starting to sing it in my head, cause that's where it sticks. Another, "Sittin' With A Psycho" I've only heard live, but hope he'll record it soon. 

His voice and songwriting are filled with grit, emotion, and just enough vulnerability to help you believe him but not make him seem weak. I've had the honor of watching him work for several years and can't wait to see what else he comes up with. Go see Skylar Payne.


Go see Phil, T-Bone, and Skylar. Not only are these men great musicians, but I consider them good friends. I wish we had more recorded music from them, but until then, we gotta catch the shows. Follow them on Spotify, or Apple, or wherever so you can hear when they have new music.  

Resolution and the Music Scene 

Happy New Year everyone!

I've decided I'm going to type a weekly blog about the DFW music industry.  There are so many cool people out there doing their thing, and I'd like to help be part of people knowing about it.  This first entry will be just about something that happened last night.

After my show, I had time to go to the Fort Worth Stockyards to see Dusty Moats and Aliza Ford.

Dusty is a great singer/songwriter and entertainer but what's even cooler, is that he was recording an episode of the Texas Tailgate live show on EMLK radio with Aliza as his guest.  I didn't even know Dusty Was doing this, but it was really cool to watch those guys trade stories, share songs, and kind of pull back the curtain on this crazy business.

Dusty is one of the hardest working musicians I know.  He books shows for different artists, is involved in running EMLK, an internet based radio station that plays local artists (like me, thanks EMLK!), and of course writes and performs music all over.  His single "Lakin' it Easy" has been streamed almost 200,000 times on Spotify alone.  If you're looking to find someone else to listen to, give Dusty a shot.  

I was glad to see Aliza Ford last night.  Aliza has been working at this for awhile, and just keeps getting better.  Not only are the tunes about the truest form of country music I've heard in awhile, they're insightful and just feel good to listen to.  I got to hear one he had just written (for a pretty girl, of course) and it was fun to hear him share something that new with the audience.  Even when the content is heavy, like in his song "Goodbye", there's a power in his voice that makes it easier to listen to the sad words.  I'm excited to see what Aliza comes up with for 2023 and if you'd like to hear this local talent, find him on Spotify or wherever you look for music.

I wanted to stop into Filthy McNastys to say hi to some folks before we headed home.  I knew my buddy Ben Hatton was playing in there, and to my great pleasure, he was decked out in Joshua Ingram merchandise.  What an honor!  Ben has one of the silkiest voices I've heard, especially in the Stockyards.  We've been making plans to write together so he can start putting out some original material, but scheduling is always hard when you work all the time.  Don't worry though, we'll get it done, but until then, you can see him every Thursday night at Filthy McNasty's.  

One last thing, did I mention these shows are free?  That's right, you can just walk right in and listen.  I know we get used to listening to the same old people who have "made it" on TV or the radio, and when they come to town we'll buy expensive tickets, stand in line, shove through the crowd to find our seat, pay for overpriced beer, but there are other ways to enjoy music and the people I will bring to your attention in this year will really appreciate your support.

Come to a show, stream the music, like, subscribe, share...all of these local artists count on it.  

Keep Jammin!

Veterans Day 

My grandfather served in WWII.  He didn't speak often of his service, but I know he was proud of what he did for his beliefs and the needs of our country.  My father-in-law served during Vietnam and I never hear him talk about that.  I've had the opportunity to speak with hundreds of veterans over the years from WWII to Korea to Vietnam to various operations during the Cold War to Desert Shield/Storm to Enduring Freedom and even events I didn't include in this list.  I have personal friends who have seen things on the other side of the world that I would never even want to imagine.  Some are outspoken about their service and some are more reserved.  Sometimes, I'm surprised to learn from a person that they served.  I'm gonna use words like "they" and "them" many times in this piece because I never served in the military and they did or do.

Every eighteen year old makes the choice after graduation.  For some, it makes the most sense to serve before college or career because there are some decent programs available.  Some have a sense of duty to their country, family heritage, or conscience.  No matter why someone chooses to serve in the armed forces, it is honorable in a way that is hard to describe.  It's honorable because whether they fight in a war or not, they are ready to.  See, the military is a powerful institution that trains its men and women to be disciplined, resourceful, and loyal- and, sadly, to be ready to endure and enact unspeakable harm.  We need a military because we live in a world that is still infected with evil.  And when they take that oath, they are choosing something that I never had to choose.  They are choosing the country, this country, first.

I know we have lots to disagree about in today's day and age.  It seems that's all we do now is argue.  We can do that because Germany and Japan didn't win WWII.  We can have the freedom we still have because the American military has been serving throughout the world to keep the fight over there and try to establish freedom and human dignity everywhere.  We even have the right to disagree about that.  Some people think we should only worry about this country and bring our troops home.  Some people think we should police the entire world.  No matter what you think, I hope we can all remember to treat our veterans with honor and respect.  I hope we never ever get as confused as the country was during Vietnam.  I hope no matter who is in office and what the military is doing, we will remember to honor those who serve.  I hope, no matter what you think about our flag, our national anthem, and other symbols of our country, you'll understand that someone who wore that flag on their shoulder might not like to see it disrespected.  

They, from the first shot at Lexington and Concord to now, have made a choice to serve and protect this country. Not just freedom and democracy, but these United States of America.  They are a group comprised of individuals.  Some like to talk about their service, some don't.  Some are proud and some are haunted by sixty year old memories.  Some will tell you they didn't do much and some will tell you more than they should.  Some appreciate being thanked for their service, some do not.  ALL of them deserve our respect. 

On this Veterans Day, I hope we can unite as a country and show thanks to our service men and women no matter when or how they served.  For a minute, let's take down the flags that are anything but the American flag. Just for today, let's stop arguing about shots and masks.  For today, let's not worry about whether Christmas season starts too early, the price of gas, or what Aaron Rodgers thinks about anything.  For today, let's enjoy the freedom and protection that has been, is, and will be provided by the American military.  They deserve our affection and respect- each and every one of them.

Thank you to all who have served.  Thank you to the parents, siblings, spouses, and children of those who have served.  Know that anytime you are at a show of mine, your first beer is on me.   Know that anytime you need a listening ear or a friendly face, all you have to do is call.  From the bottom of my heart, thank you for protecting this country from the evils in the world.  Thank you for doing your duty.  Thank you for not slapping us when we argue about dumb stuff that you fought for our right to argue about.  

God bless you all and God bless the United States of America!

It's Not About Being Famous 

Hello there! 

I have a show Wednesday night at the Ranch in Las Colinas, a couple of private events, and my regular 2nd Thursday night and every Saturday at Filthy McNasty's. 

Some weeks are like that, and some are like last week where I'm driving all over the place and playing a variety of venues.  I often compare being a singer/songwriter to selling vacuums door to door, even though I've never done that.  There's an amount of uncertainty every week because you know how many doors you'll knock on, but you don't know how many times you'll hear the word yes.  There's an amount of certainty because you know you're depending on yourself to knock on a certain number of doors every day, and banking on the averages you've come to know in the past to determine that there will be some yes answers in there.  Reminding myself that I am the one in control by controlling my work ethic is the only way I've been able to feel comfortable raising a family in an industry like music.   

I'm not even really in the music industry because I don't look for record deals, pay radio promotions, hire Nashville agents, write for publishing companies, or tour with promoters.  I'm really in the Joshua Ingram business, and music happens to be my product. There are challenging times, sure, but there is nothing like working for yourself.  There's no sick pay, but I've learned how to manage that.  There's no vacation pay, but I take a percentage every week and set it aside so I can take time off.  There's no retirement but I have my own, independent long-term investments that will serve that purpose if I ever retire.   

I've started to feel a little older.  I don't recover like I used to.  I'm developing some arthritis in my knuckles and probably some nodes on my vocal cords.  I definitely don't always understand the music that is popular today.  I am however, finding myself in conversations with lots of younger songwriters and can see that same spark I had years ago.  There's a dream and a naiveté that goes along with setting out down this road.  There are plenty of people who will tell them it's not responsible, dependable, or sensible.  That's all true.  I enjoy that, since others will be telling them those things, I'll be able to look at them through 20 years of experience and tell them they can do it.  I also enjoy the idea of getting to share some of the wisdom I've gained like; It's not about being famous, it's about being able to do it for as long as you want. 

Thanks for listening and for being part of why I can keep making music for a living.  Thank you for giving me 20 years that I can share with the next bunch.  In 20 years, I'll be close to retirement age in America, but I bet I'll be nowhere close to retiring.   

I've got five more songs we're putting together right now and I'll get them to you as soon as I can.  Until then, keep streaming and sharing the music and let me know when you're coming to a show!

"Starring, Me" available now 

We're happy to announce that "Starring, Me" is released on all streaming and download platforms world wide.  The video will debut on YouTube tonight.  If you don't already subscribe to my channel, here is the link: 

please subscribe, and share with your friends! 

There are 4 shows this week: 

Wednesday, Big Fish in Grapevine at 6:30 

Thursday Chill in Grapevine at 7:00 

Friday Fox Hollow Resort in Graham at 8:00 

Saturday Filthy McNasty's in Fort Worth at 4:00 

Hope you can help listen to "Starring, Me" and I hope to see you at a show this week!

The Longest Day 

The Longest day

June 21, 2019


Sundance Square, Fort Worth, TX

Benefitting: The Alzheimer's Association (To Donate: )


I’m not sure how many songs I can play from memory. After 20 years of performing for a living, and literally 29 of playing guitar, I have amassed quite a catalog.  There was never a design to learn a bunch of other artists’ songs but over the years of learning requests, having certain songs stuck in my head, and actually wanting to learn some for myself, it just kind of happened. Now I can play several shows a week while taking requests and, for the most part, keep venues and audiences satisfied. But I never set out to be just a human jukebox. 

While my goal of writing songs and hoping to entice people to like them, download them, listen to them, and share them has not changed, this Friday will offer me a unique opportunity to do some good with this weird talent for memorizing songs. I’m going to sing for 11 hours (or technically 9.3 with the 10-minute breaks) without using any sheet music or repeating a song. I will be showing the power of the human brain in an effort to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.  

We will be setting up on the stage in Sundance Square in Downtown Fort Worth so I can play this highly unusual and FREE show. I’ll start at 9AM and play till at least 8PM. Yes, it’s going to be difficult. I feel seeing my body growing weary as the day goes on, yet my mind still coming up with songs, will be a testament to how great the human brain is, and how awful this disease that takes it away can be. 

I am asking for support in several ways: 

1.    Please click the link below to donate to the Alzheimer’s Association as they are trying to eliminate the disease. 

2.     Be in attendance at some point during the day to show support and encourage me to keep going. 

3.     Share the event on your own social media so more people can be aware. 

4.     Watch and share the live streaming on Facebook, which will also have a donation link, so we can raise as much money as possible. 

Here’s one more thing that I’m only asking my fans for: 

The production team that is putting on this event is donating their time, equipment, and experience, while also using their connections to have the event hosted by Sundance Square. Typically, this kind of show would carry a cost upward of $2500. I will be contributing $100 to help the technicians who will be on site get a little payback for their time. Even though they’ve offered to donate their time for this event, I KNOW what it’s like to do a benefit on a day you’d normally make money. Please consider helping me help them, and if you’d like to donate to the technicians just send me a message. Thank you for considering it. 

I hope we’ll see you at some point Friday as we pull together to help eliminate Alzheimer’s. Let’s show Fort Worth what we can do! 


How it Works and Other News  

Good day all,

    I often have people suggest places for me to play shows and I really love the input, and especially when it comes from someone I consider a friend or fan.  I know sometimes people will post a series of pictures on Facebook with captions like, "What mom thinks I do...What spouse thinks I do...What I really do."  I hope you know what I mean by that; if not I don't know if I can explain it any better and don't feel like googling it to post a link as an example.  I'll let you do that.  It occurs to me some of you may not be aware that there's a process by which I select venues.  Some people recommend the newest place in town because they're popular, full of patrons, and really fun.  Some people recommend a place they really like, and I completely understand that.  If I could get a musician I liked to play at my favorite place to go out it'd be a good day.  Some people recommend venues based on who they know that could, "get me in."  It's always helpful to have connections in this business so that sometimes can play a factor in whether or not I reach out.  Just a few weeks ago I had a friend and fan help connect me with a venue I'd been trying to connect with.  My point is, suggestions come from many sources for many reasons.  

   When I look for a venue, I try first to focus on whether I would be a good fit for the room, whether I have a relationship with a competing venue or not, and whether it will be good for my fans to be in that venue.  Then, after they've passed the gut check on that, I have to decide what the business potential is for when we work together.  For instance, on June 13th I'll be playing a place in Springtown called Maddie Lou's Bar and Grill in Springtown, TX.  The young lady who booked me contacted me directly and we had a long conversation about how to make the best of having live music in the bar.  Whereas, some places will just tell you the time and the pay without giving a thought to ask the artist what their experience might suggest.  We reached what I think is a really good plan for that night.  My expectations for the night are that venue, patrons, and artist, will all feel like they had a great experience.  Win, win, win, right?

   There are some other places that I already have a great relationship with so they get first priority when I'm booking.  These are places like: Boomerjack's/Bedford Icehouse, Rock & Brews, Filthy McNasty's, Blind Horse Saloon, and others.  Those are based on long-running, communicative relationships built on reputation; theirs and mine.  It takes a long time to build that kind of trust in this business.  I always look for new places but these that have been working with me for years are like finding diamonds in the rough.  

   There's another place that deserves mentioning.  They somehow beat out my aforementioned gut test because I don't get what I normally would require from them.  I play in a corner, barely visible, in a loud room.  When they go on a wait the people waiting stand right in front of me and sometimes crowd so much it's hard to not feel jammed up.  Sometimes I get asked to turn it down because people often aren't really there for the music.  Sounds awful, right?  So why do I keep playing this joint?  The list of good reasons way out weigh the bad.  The food is amazing and I tell my fans to come hungry.  The staff, ownership, and management are among the best I've ever worked with, and I just can't imagine going a few weeks without stopping in.  The biggest reason, however, is that they were one of the first places to take a chance on me when I set out to make music for a living.  I'm talking about Big Fish on Main St. in Grapevine, TX.  If you haven't been there, you are missing out.  I mean, big time.  Tell Mike, Brock, and everyone else I sent you.

I say all of this to tell you how excited I am to announce a new venue for me coming in May; and an old standby also in May!  On May 11, I'll be playing at Shady Oak BBQ off 35W and Western Center.  When I met with management, we had a great talk about concepts, what they want from music, what they dream for the future, and more.  We agreed on almost everything and I told them I would put everything I have into getting a large group there on May 11.  They made sure to let me know it was kid friendly so, those of you who have been waiting for one of these, here it is.  Also, on May 31 we'll have the band at Filthy McNasty's in the Stockyards.  This has been one of my favorite stages over the years because of who they are, how they treat my people, and that they know I'll work my butt off to fill the joint.  Oh, FYI, this one is NOT family friendly :-)  We will feature some brand new original songs and all your old favorites on May 31.

If you're still reading, thanks!  Come to a show soon and pick up one of the new T-shirts.  Keep watching this website for updates and shows, follow Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for news and highjinks, and tell your friends.  If you're streaming on Spotify or Amazon music give a shout out online to say you are.

Thanks for Listening,


New Album in the Works 

Hello all, 

     I'm pleased to let you know that the band I will soon start work on a new album.  To those of you who have already heard "The Distance" and "I Wish It Would Rain", I'll let you know this will be another different style of record with the same focus on meaningful lyrics and music.  To those who haven't, they are available in the music section at I've grown, over the years, as a writer and every time I start a new project the same feelings of excitement and worry return so I'm getting ready to take this on big time.  I've also learned much about what to do and what not to do in the studio so hopefully this will be my truest and most successful album yet.  

     I'm sorting between about 20 songs to figure out which ones I want to include on the record and wondered if any of you would like to have some input into the choosing.  Over the next few weeks I'll upload demos of the songs to a hidden page here on the site and will be able to share a link to that page with anyone who wants to vote for their favorites.  Just comment here and I'll keep a running list of everyone who wants to help.  It just means that you'll get to hear demos of the songs before we even take them into the studio.  If this sounds like fun to you, let me know.

     As always I'll be updating the shows here on the website and on social media so stay tuned for the latest.  Watch for:

  • more how and why videos on youtube
  • updates on the new album
  • new T-shirts and other merchandise
  • and more information on the adventures of Joshua Ingram

See you at a show soon!