Words & Music is excited to announce the addition of Americana folk/Roots pop artist Josh Rouse!
Josh Rouse’s career has been fueled by a constant desire to take inspiration from different environments. After spending his childhood moving around the US, the singer-songwriter moved to Nashville in 1998 where he recorded his debut Dressed Up Like Nebraska and later, Nashville (2005). A move to Spain in 2005 lead to the inclusion of new stylistic influences, resulting in the intimate and relaxed Subtitulo (2006), as well as two Bedroom Classics EPs. Rouse self-produced 2007’s Country Mouse City House. Five years after relocating to Spain, Rouse released the heavily Spanish-influenced El Turista (2010) and later wrote the soundtrack for the movie La Gran Familia Espanola. In 2011 Rouse released the relaxed and easy-going Josh Rouse and the Long Vacations, an homage to the AM radio sounds of the singer’s youth and his adopted home of Spain