11 Songs, 41 Minutes


The South Carolina star stays close to his country roots.

Mastered for iTunes


The South Carolina star stays close to his country roots.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
154 Ratings
154 Ratings
soccerstudx23 ,

Josh Turner is one of the best.

It's honestly a shame that Country Radio neglects him the way that they do. Is it because he's a devout Christian? Is it because he won't sing about getting drunk and sleeping around like the others? Seriously, it makes no sense. I've been to 4 of his concerts and every single one of them is sold out and packed. He's an amazing entertainer and is loved by so many for staying true to country while still making music that's catchy and radio-friendly. Most of all, people admire him for standing up for his Christian beliefs and being a man of God and role model for young people. Thank you for all that you do, Josh. You're awesome and if Country Radio won't recognize that, your fans will continue to be here to support you. We got your back dude.

Colt1271204739200 ,


Josh Turner always stays true to the country roots!

123rburf ,

I can't wait!

Josh is my singer and I think this album will be his best one yet! I think it was worth the wait.

About Josh Turner

A native of Hannah, South Carolina, country crooner Josh Turner burst onto the scene in 2003 with the powerful "Long Black Train," a song he'd written after listening to a Hank Williams box set. Sounding like a gospel-blues tune from the '40s -- and featuring Turner's deep, rich baritone at the forefront -- "Long Black Train" wrestled with the grand themes of temptation, salvation, death, and redemption. It also earned Turner national media attention, peaking at number 13 on the country charts and paving the way for a full album, Long Black Train, which was released by MCA in 2003. The album went platinum, and was followed by a string of successful hits that would eventually earn Turner a coveted membership in the Grand Ole Opry at the age of 30.

A second release, Your Man, followed in 2006 and peaked at number two on the Billboard 200. The title track topped the country charts (and experienced an unexpected revival in 2011, when American Idol champion Scotty McCreery performed it during his audition), as did the follow-up single, "Would You Go with Me." The impressive Everything Is Fine appeared in 2007, again from MCA Nashville. Turner issued his fourth album, Haywire, in 2010, with its first two singles as its opening cuts: "Why Don't We Just Dance" and "I Wouldn't Be a Man." Released in 2012, Punching Bag debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top Country Albums chart on the strength of the singles "Find Me a Baby" and "Time Is Love." In the summer of 2016, Turner issued a new single, "Hometown Girl," in anticipation of his upcoming sixth studio album. The record, entitled Deep South, appeared in March of 2017. ~ Steve Leggett

Hannah, SC
November 20, 1977




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