New Music Court Writer – Joshua Drew

16 Jan
Joshua's Band - Brothers Vinyl

Joshua’s Band – Brothers Vinyl

Music Court readers rejoice. Today we add another contributor to the blog. His name is Joshua Drew, and I will let him introduce himself below. His first post will be released Friday, and I can assure you it will be good. You can look for Joshua’s posts on Fridays.

Here is a little about Josh:

“My name is Josh Drew, I am an Economics graduate from the University of South Florida and a musician in the “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin Texas. My relationship with music has been a wild one that began with my father’s Queen, Talking heads, Alabama and Pink Floyd records. My mother was always on the lighter side with Disney Compilations, Celine Dion, Savage Garden and Elton John records, so it is no strange coincidence that I developed an eclectic taste for sound.

I began playing music in my late teens as a drummer, and I have never let go. As someone who bought every edition of Rolling Stone for over 10 years, I have always wanted to make a louder voice for myself in the music community and start sharing my experiences, opinions and any advice I can offer to listeners and readers.

The Music Court is a place where I can be open to write how I feel about the current state of music – a constant twist of optimism and dread – without having to hold back. It is a welcome place to let my tastes become more vibrant and my stories take flight – a solid home to share my future with those who are here to grow.”

Help me introduce Josh to the Court.

2 Responses to “New Music Court Writer – Joshua Drew”

  1. John Phillips January 16, 2013 at 11:47 pm #

    Welcome Joshua

    • joshuajdrew January 18, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

      Thanks John! You’re gonna get a lot of Austin music outta me

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