Josh Roberts
Gig Seeker Pro

Josh Roberts

| SELF

| SELF
Band Pop Rock

Calendar

This band hasn't logged any future gigs

This band hasn't logged any past gigs

This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos

Music

Press


"Josh Roberts is an excellent musician and performer. He is extremely professional and willing to work with university budgets on his bookings while giving you a performance well worth your time and money. He is perfect for a college crowd and always keeps people entertained.
- Tatianna Proctor
Graduation Coach
University of Oklahoma (Norman, OK)
- Graduation Coach, University of Oklahoma


“We asked Josh to open for Vertical Horizon at our annual Homecoming concert. He was very professional and effortless to work with, and the students loved his warm, acoustic vibe. He sounded fabulous in the big arena, but he would also be the perfect act for a smaller, more intimate venue.”

-Cristina Young
Student Association Exec. Director of Homecoming
Tulsa University (Tulsa, OK)
- Student Association Executive Director of Homecoming


Discography

Strong Enough EP

Photos

Bio

Bio

Josh Roberts is a pop/rock artist from Norman, Oklahoma.

“I love that songs can capture these moments we have all lived at one time or another, whether it’s happy, sad, or sexy. These are some of mine.” Josh’s most recent studio project “Strong Enough,” samples his different sides as a writer. From fun and groovy “make you move” songs to power-ballads of letting go, Roberts is finding his own personal style, and taking listeners along for the ride. “Strong Enough” is available on iTunes.

Since the age of 19, Josh has shared the stage with fellow Pop/Rock acts including Graham Colton and Vertical Horizon and showcased with the likes of Five Times August and Howie Day. Josh currently works out of Nashville, TN.

“I had a handful of artists that I liked listening to when I was younger. I would find an artist or album that I liked and over-indulge on it. Their album would pretty much be on repeat for weeks at a time, whether it was Vince Gill or Michael Jackson.”

Website
JoshRoberts.com