On Josh Turner’s new single “Lay Low,” he sings of retreating from his everyday life with no cell phone service to, fittingly, lay low.
“Lay Low” has Turner singing of escaping the predictable day-to-day life to slow things down.
Josh Turner gives fans a closer look into his life and musical journey in his first book, Man Stuff: Thoughts On Faith, Family, and Fatherhood.
“I was taught essential life lessons, like the value of a dollar, what hard work feels like, and how important an education is,” Turner wrote. “If that sounds a little old-fashioned, well, that’s because it is. And I’m okay with that.”
Barbara Ann brings you the scoop on the celebrity version of Blake Shelton’s latest hit.
Welcome to Radio Feedback, Radio.com’s weekly feature where we ask artists to wax nostalgic on the first time they heard themselves on the radio. The first time Josh Turner heard “Long Black Train,” his second […]
Josh Turner wrote eight of the twelve tracks on his 2012 release Punching Bag in his hand-build writer’s cottage. In an interview with Radio.com he explained just why he won’t be calling it his man […]
Though it never reached Number One, Josh Turner’s song “Time Is Love” turned out to the most popular country song of 2012, according to Billboard. First released in January, the song appears on Turner’s latest album Punching Bag. “Time […]
“The Grand Ole Opry has been a second home to me in a lot of ways,” Josh told CBS Local. “They’ve always been very welcoming.”
The singer explains how he selected the songs on “Live Across America.”