Joshua Radin

Ok, so last night on either House or Chuck (I think Chuck? Don’t remember.), Joshua Radin’s “Brand New Day” played at the end of the ep. Within about two seconds I was on iTunes downloading that lovely little song.

So here’s what I want to know. Is his other stuff any good? I love his voice, and I love love love acoustic guitar more than most things in this world (perhaps more than avocado, and that’s saying something), so y’all tell me if I should go ahead and buy the rest of his music.

Also. Y’all tell me more good acoustic guitary music that I will love. I’m a big huge fan of that plus sweet male vocals, so that combo is golden.

Kthx, mates.

6 Responses to Joshua Radin

  1. you prolly already know this: Acoustic #3 by Goo Goo Dolls. It short, but sweet. I’m assuming you already have their song from City of Angels.

  2. Joshua Radin’s songs have been featured a few times on the show Scrubs. There’s one song in particular that makes me cry even though I’ve seen the episode at least 6 times. It’s called “Winter” and it’s used during the funeral scene of Dr. Cox’s best friend. His music is so touching. I would definitely recommend buying more of his songs.

  3. Not sure about vocals, but great instrumental guitar can be had by Phil Keaggy. Also, try the Taylor Guitars “Sounds of Wood and Steel” series for a smattering of various styles.

  4. I love music talk! They’re not all-acoustic, all the time, but here are a few suggestions: Matt Sevier (hometown fave of mine), Alexei Murdoch, Michael Penn, Howie Day.

  5. Have you heard Tyrone Wells? He went to college with my hubby, so I’m a bit biased, but I think he’s pretty fantastic – not too well known just yet, but he’s gotten a lot more exposure in the last couple of years.

    There’s a good amount of live performances of his up on Youtube, if you want to check him out there…

    Some of my favorites:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T2rzET5JyHs
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LvWznEbr5Es
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WrfZ-73gOw

  6. I’m late to the party on this one, so I hope you see it.
    When you said “sweet male vocals” I immediately thought of
    mando saenz. You can listen to both of his records online, so you can try before you buy..

    Mando’s website