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"Review – Joshua Peek – Central Texas Kid (CD)"

The debut CD from Josuha Peek, Central Texas Kid, is the epitome of Texas Music.

Cold Dead Hands
Central Texas Kid
Port Aransas Sand
Where Have All the Cowgirls Gone?
Walztin’ All Alone
Buckin’ Chute Saloon
Rowdy Time
For A Dream
You Mighta Been Robbed
I Love Drunk Women
Hidden Bonus Track
With a sound similar to Aaron Watson with a little more Hill Country Attitude, Josh Peek is destined to be around for a long time. The songs on this CD speak the truth about Texas. When you hear Wahoo! you just now it means fun. Cold Dead Hands could easily be a theme song For the Texas Chapter of the NRA. When I was reading the track listing and saw track 5 all I could think of was a comeback song to Paula Cole hit song “Where Have All the Cowboy Gone?” So I went into it with a prejudgment but I was surprised. I found myself asking Where Have All the Cowgirls Gone? Great song. I have not seen Josh in concert yet but I am sure his songs fill whatever dance floor is in front of him. From simple two-step to waltzes, this CD has em all. The Buckin’ Chute Saloon is a bar I think I have been to many times, and several times in the last week. This song will help you through some hard times. Remember whatever you are going through someone has it rougher than you. Rowdy Time must be Beer:30. A great up-tempo Party Song! The song You Mighta Been Robbed is an interesting look at a cheating lover from a third person perspective. Terrific song, very original lyrics. The last track (13) is not listed in the liner notes. It starts off with a dedication from Josh to his brother Troy, who died in a motorcycle wreck, and his Uncle Bill who died of a heart attack. Terrific acoustic song about a rodeo rider that has to ride just one more time. - Texas/Red Dirt Music Scene


Bull Rider's Dream
Live at Nelson City
Central Texas Kid



In 2001, Josh began to start his music career with his first CD Bullrider’s Dream. In 2007, he cut his third CD, Central Texas Kid. This CD was produced by Texas legend John Inmon and mastered by Jerry Tubb. Josh’s songs all relate to his life in some way. He only writes what he truly believes in. He is a cowboy, bull rider, hard worker, outdoorsman, dancer, people person, and singer. Josh is a true blue collar, all American with a dream. Look for many things to come from him. He has survived a decade in the tough music business and is sure to have many great things to come. He is beginning work on his fourth album in 2009 and it will be better than anything yet.