Josh's second album Your Man went double platinum in 2006. It was one of only four country albums to do so that year.
Josh's debut album Long Black Train sold over a million copies.
Josh is 6'1" tall
On October 27, 2007, Josh was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry by his idol, Vince Gill. Josh is the youngest member to ever be inducted into the Grand Ole Opry.
Josh was ranked #28 in GAC's "Top 50 Videos of 2007" for his video Would You Go With Me. His video Firecracker was ranked #30.
Josh Turner decided he wanted to be a country artist when he was 16.
Josh Turner would love to do a duet with Randy Travis.
Two of Josh Turner's biggest musical influences are John Anderson and the pioneer of bluegrass music, Ralph Stanley.
If Josh Turner could talk to anyone who is dead or alive, he would like to talk to Jesus, Hank Williams, and Jerry Clower.
Josh Turner was first exposured to music as a child at the Union Baptist Church.
Josh Turner wrote two songs about his wife, "Angels Fall Sometimes" and "Gravity."
Josh Turner has a record deal with MCA Nashville.
Josh Turner has hazel eyes.
Josh Turner has brown hair.
Josh Turner has released three albums, Long Black Train, Your Man and Everything Is Fine.
Josh Turner received a degree in vocal performance from Nashville's Belmont University.
Josh Turner wrote his debut single "Long Black Train."
Josh Turner made is first appearance at the Grand Ole Opry on December 21, 2001.
Josh Turner played in young men's quartet called "Thankful Hearts" when he was a teenager.
The first record that Josh Turner ever bought was Storms of Life by Randy Travis.
Josh Turner loves fishing and hunting.
Josh Turner married his wife Jennifer Ford on June 14, 2003. They had their first child, a son, named Hampton Otis Turner, on October 6, 2006.
Josh Turner is a country music artist.
Josh Turner: (Talking about his first night performing at the Grand Ole Opry) I was fighting back the tears out there. I couldn't think straight. I was tore up.
Josh Turner: Growing up, traditional country music was always where my heart was at, because those songs were speaking about the life that I was living in rural South Carolina. It was all about love and work and life and just the everyday stuff that people go through. It has always made me feel good-- the melodies, the lyrics-- so that's what I'm trying to carry on.
Josh Turner: The life that I live and the experiences that I have always affect what comes out of me creatively. I think that's what makes music real.
Josh Turner: I love fighting for my music. I'm out there trying to make a positive impact on people in any kind of way I can, and I like music that makes you think.