"I grew up in a really small town in Lee County, North Carolina," says Josh Phillips. "My family is very close knit, not a whole lot of money. It was very blue collar. I want people from back home to listen to my music and remind them of where we came from and how we live. My parents had a video tape of Alan Jackson; it had three songs on it. 'Don't Rock the Jukebox', 'Chattahoochee', and 'Midnight in Montgomery', I remember being instantly hooked." The nostalgia of those sounds set Josh on a path to music, and soon enough he found himself playing clubs in his Tar Heel State, developing a steady following. Following his dreams, Josh moved to Nashville and was signed to Big Machine Records. Humbled and honored by his success, he is now taking his music to the masses.