Josh Abbott Band is a Texas country band originally from Lubbock, composed of Josh Abbott (vocals, guitar), Austin Davis (banjo), Preston Wait (fiddle, guitar, steel), Edward Villanueva (drums), Caleb Keeter (guitar), David Fralin (keys/mandolin), and Jimmy Hartman (bass guitar). Josh Abbott founded the band in 2006 in Lubbock, Texas while attending Texas Tech University, where he was a member of the Texas Epsilon chapter of Phi Delta Theta.
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Listen to music from Josh Abbott Band like Oh, Tonight (feat. Kacey Musgraves), She's Like Texas & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Josh Abbott Band. Josh Abbott, a great fan of music as long as he can remember, has come into his own at the tender age of 27 with his first full-length release of Scapegoat.
Josh Abbott founded the band in 2006 in Lubbock, Texas while attending Texas Tech University, where he was a member of the Texas Epsilon chapter of Phi Delta Theta. He founded the band while in grad school with fraternity brothers Austin Davis, Neel Huey, and Andrew Hurt. The band recorded a 4-song demo including "Taste" in 2007 along with fiddler Preston Wait and began touring in 2008. The band's third CD, Small Town Family Dream, was released on April 24, 2012. It was their highest charting album, debuting at on Top Country Albums, selling 21,000 copies in the US in its first week.
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The Josh Abbott Band concede that the second half of their latest studio album found some dark spots they didn’t quickly want to revisit. In fact, the group was aiming to make a quasi-sequel to She’s Like Texas (2010) this time around, but life happened. I’m ready for some publicity and some albums that aren’t built around life and death experiences," Abbott tells Taste of Country near the end of a long, expansive interview. We need to be boring again. That’s what needs to happen