Josh Gracin began singing when he was only six years old.
Josh Gracin's daughter Briana was born on March 30, 2002, his son Landon was born on August 4, 2005, and his other daughter Gabriella was born on November 15, 2006.
Josh Gracin's music is influenced by Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Garth Brooks, George Strait, and Randy Travis.
Josh Gracin is a country music artist.
Josh Gracin can play the saxophone, guitar, and some keyboards.
Josh Gracin's hit "Nothin' to Lose" went all the way to number one in 2005.
Josh Gracin joined the Marine Corp in September 2000 and he was honorably discharged September 2004.
Josh Gracin and his then girlfriend, Ann Marie, broke up before he joined the Marine Corp.
Josh Gracin performed at the Grand Ole Opry on March 25, 2006.
On June 18, 2006, Josh Gracin sang The Star-Spangled Banner at the Michigan International Speedway to kick off the "NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series 3M Performance 400."
In June of 2006, Josh Gracin performed at a USO Event at the Pentagon and the annual President's Dinner in Washington D.C.
Josh Gracin was stationed at Camp Pendleton, in California.
Josh Gracin joined the Marines because he thought he had some more growing up to do.
Josh Gracin sang opera in his school choir.
Josh Gracin was the only male singer to perform in The Fairlane Youth Pop Orchestra.
Josh Gracin has played the saxophone for 11 years.
Josh Gracin was in a marching band in high school.
Josh Gracin won his 8th grade talent competition by singing.
Josh Gracin's first performance was at his 8th grade talent competition. He sang Garth Brooks' hit "Standing Outside The Fire."
Josh Gracin grew up listening to Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
Josh Gracin got help in landing his first record deal, from Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts.
While on Ameican Idol, Josh Gracin sang a duet with Rascal Flatts.
Josh Gracin's debut single is called "I Want To Live."
Josh Gracin made it to the top 4 finalists on American Idol season two.
Josh Gracin has had three consecutive hit songs that made the Top five.
Josh Gracin appeared on The Young And The Restless on June 29, 2006. He played a character named "Jake."
Josh Gracin is married to Ann Marie. They have three children together; Briana, Landon, and Gabriella
Josh Gracin was a lance corporal in the U.S. Marine Corp.
Josh Gracin: When I'm up on stage it's like a whole new world for me. I love performing. I'm a firm believer that it's really great for a singer to have a good voice, but to bring it to another level you have to draw the audience in and make them part of the music, make them feel what you're feeling.
Josh Gracin (referring to Simon Cowell of American Idol): I knew he was just trying to razz me a little bit and get under my skin and it just made me look for ways to turn something negative into something positive.
Josh Gracin: The record deal came about when Marty had me come out to Nashville to sing for several labels, I felt the trip had gone well and I was getting ready to go back to California when Lyric Street's Doug Howard (Sr. VP, A&R) called--it was literally hours before I was supposed to go to the airport and take off to go back-but Doug gave me the chance to audition for them. I got a call about a week later saying they were interested in signing me. I flew back to Nashville to meet with Lyric Street President Randy Goodman and Doug. It was just me singing and with a guitar player. It was a lot smaller crowd than I was used to singing for on the show and after I sang one song, they had me stop and pulled more people into the room. Afterwards, Randy said, "Let's do a deal."