Josh Turner is Country Music’s hottest name, with his latest album “Punching Bag” opening up #1 on the Billboard Country Charts, and Top 5 on the Billboard 200, appearances on NBC’s Today Show (Which he also co-hosted in March!), ABC’s Good Morning America (Where they presented him with a plaque for 12 million units sold!), and next month with Late Night With David Letterman (August 23rd), and a sold out Nationwide Tour.  He has become one of music’s biggest heartthrobs, the second youngest member of the famed Grand Ole’ Opry, and with his “Barry White-Like” voice, and incredible array of music, Grammy Nominations, and multi-platinum success, Josh has become one of music’s brightest talents.  In 2003, Long Black Train, his title track, was his breakthrough single release. 2005′s Your Man accounted for his first two Number One hits: “Your Man” and “Would You Go With Me,” while 2007′s Everything Is Fine included a #2 in “Firecracker.” Haywire, released in 2010, produced his biggest hit, the #1 “Why Don’t We Just Dance.” Josh also released a Cracker Barrel album called “Live at the Ryman” in 2007. Overall, Turner has charted ten times on the Billboard country singles charts, with all but one of his singles reaching Top 40 or higher.

Here “The King Of Kamelot” sits down with one of music’s hottest names, Josh Turner, right before his sold out show at the Best Buy Theater in NYC, and right after “bring the house down performances” on The Today Show and Good Morning America, to talk about his newest chart topping album “Punching Bag”, his incredible rise to the top of the Country Music World, how he lives such a “Clean” life, what it was like playing on the 4th of July in front of the Capitol, next month’s appearance on Letterman, and soo much more!!  Josh is one of music’s top young names, and if you want a taste of a night with him in concert, then this video is it!

Enjoy Kade Nation!!

Here is Josh on Good Morning America and the Today Show right before sitting down with me!

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