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Way Out Here

Josh Thompson

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Josh Thompson is an outlaw with a conscience. On his 2010 debut album Way Out Here, the Wisconsin-born country newcomer flashes his rebel credentials with gusto, yet never loses sight of old-fashioned American values. Thompson wrote or co-wrote all of the tunes and there's plenty of backwoods pride and defiance here, especially in “Blame It on Waylon” (a tip of the hat to Josh’s maverick influences) and the title tune (a truculent number loaded with Skynyrd-style attitude). For the most part though, Thompson seems more interested in looking for a party than a fight, as “Won’t Be Lonely Long” and the single “Beer On the Table” show. Romance comes hot (“You Ain’t Seen Country Yet”) and sweet (“Back Around”), delivered by Josh with straightforward small-town charm. “Sinner”— a believer’s eloquent confession of his failings and faith — may be the album’s strongest cut overall. Thompson wins points for avoiding bombast and keeping things real. Way Out Here makes up for its lack of glitz with solid songwriting, heartfelt singing and a sense of integrity overall.

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This is great

I usualy don't write reveiws but I havnt seen a debut album this strong in a long time I like every song on this album and it's not all popy sounding so it's actually country and comercialy freindly way to go Josh if you think beer on the table is the best listen to rest of the album it's all great

Buy It!

Saw him open for Eric Church on the Jager Country tour. I knew beer on the table was a fun country song, but he really suprised me with the rest of his stuff. I like "Sinner" and "way out here" so I just went ahead and purchased the whole album. Good stuff in my opinon. If you are a fan of Aldean, Church, Luke Bryan you will like his style.

way too awesome

this counntry rocker knows how to sing and knows how to keep the music flowing. i love it... buy it, you wont regret it...


Nacido/a: Cedarburg, WI, 23 de enero de 1978

Género: Country

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

Country songwriter Josh Thompson kicked off his career in 2009, when he released his first single, "Beer on the Table," and co-authored a song for Jason Michael Carroll’s Top Ten album Growing Up Is Getting Old. A native of western Wisconsin, Thompson began pouring concrete alongside his father at the age of 12, and a sense of blue-collar pride soon found its way into his music. He moved to Nashville in 2005, assembled a band, and received a boost when Columbia Records signed him to the label’s country...
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