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Josh Charles

Cutting Room (New York, NY)

Aug 6, 2008

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  1. 1 Love, Work and Money 04:25
  2. 2 The Answer 05:09
  3. 3 It Ain't Easy 04:50
  4. 4 Goodnight Irene 03:13
  5. 5 Just A Man 11:03
  6. 6 Pickin' Up The Pieces 04:55
  7. 7 Stars 04:16
  8. 8 The Waiting Game 05:32
  9. 9 I'm Always Here For You 05:30
  10. 10 Lucky Ones 09:47
  11. 11 634-5789 / It's Alright 04:57
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Josh Charles - piano, vocals, guitar; Steve Jabas - guitar, backing vocals; Paul Frazier - bass (all tracks except 2 & 8); Cassandra Faulconer - bass (tracks 2 & 8); Bernard Davis - drums, backing vocals; John Roggie - organ, keys

Although raised in Kansas City and currently based out of New York City, Charles' music and career are much more closely aligned with New Orleans, a city he claims to feel a close kinship with. Not only is his piano playing often compared to that of Dr. John, but there is an underlying bluesy swamp-boogie to his soulful music.

With only one EP under his belt (although there is a full album coming out this fall), he's made a name for himself through his live performances, which include slow, soulful ballads side-by-side with upbeat funk tracks. It's performances like these that have gained the attention of other New Orleans legends like Buckwheat Zydeco and Cyrill Neville, with whom Charles will be touring in the summer of 2009.

Josh has also recently become involved with charity work. Proceeds from his single "Healing Time" are going to The Preservation Resource Center (PRC) of New Orleans to help rebuild, restore, and preserve the architectural history and historic neighborhoods that support the local culture and character of the Crescent City. You can learn more about this, as well as other information and content from Josh at his website.

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Josh Charles - piano, vocals, guitar; Steve Jabas - guitar, backing vocals; Paul Frazier - bass (all tracks except 2 & 8); Cassandra Faulconer - bass (tracks 2 & 8); Bernard Davis - drums, backing vocals; John Roggie - organ, keys

Although raised in Kansas City and currently based out of New York City, Charles' music and career are much more closely aligned with New Orleans, a city he claims to feel a close kinship with. Not only is his piano playing often compared to that of Dr. John, but there is an underlying bluesy swamp-boogie to his soulful music.

With only one EP under his belt (although there is a full album coming out this fall), he's made a name for himself through his live performances, which include slow, soulful ballads side-by-side with upbeat funk tracks. It's performances like these that have gained the attention of other New Orleans legends like Buckwheat Zydeco and Cyrill Neville, with whom Charles will be touring in the summer of 2009.

Josh has also recently become involved with charity work. Proceeds from his single "Healing Time" are going to The Preservation Resource Center (PRC) of New Orleans to help rebuild, restore, and preserve the architectural history and historic neighborhoods that support the local culture and character of the Crescent City. You can learn more about this, as well as other information and content from Josh at his website.