American Songwriter: Joshua Ray Walker’s Third LP ‘See You Next Time’ Reveals a Personal Story Arc Within His Fictitious Trilogy of Honky Tonk Blues
October 12, 2021
Joshua Ray Walker’s Third LP ‘See You Next Time’ Reveals a Personal Story Arc Within His Fictitious Trilogy of Honky Tonk Blues
By Madeline Crone, October 12, 2021
“Joshua Ray Walker has been playing for as long as he can remember. Under the influence of his maternal grandfather—a novice Bluegrass musician and enthusiast who lived next door—the now 30-year-old artist had access to an impressive inventory of records from a young age. For much of his rearing, Walker considered himself a musician. High school introduced him to the heavy, angsty teen music he played in high school bands, gigging around his East Dallas home since age 13.
It was Hayes Carll’s “She Left Me For Jesus” that uncovered the wonder of lyricism in his late teens. “
Read American Songwriter’s full review of Joshua Ray Walker’s “See You Next Time” HERE.