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Josh Christina

With fire in his fingers and a controlled fury set to the rhythm of an old soul who's quite simply a born entertainer, Baltimore native Josh Christina is bringing a brand new rockabilly energy to audiences throughout the USA and in May 2017, Josh is set to burn up stages

Birr Theatre & Arts Centre

20th May 2017 at 8:00 pm

across Ireland, too!

But it's not just Josh's ever growing legion of fans who are recognising this young man's unique gift. Daryl Davis, pianist for Chuck Berry, once remarked that, “Josh Christina is the future of Rock ‘n’ Roll”. It's also been noted (usually every time someone sees Josh perform 'live' for the first time!) that his stage-presence is very similar to that of the great Jerry Lee Lewis. In fact, following the release of his first album, Josh's talents caught the attention of Nashville-based producer Kent Wells (Dolly Parton), who immediately got to work with Josh on his sophomore effort, Good Old Love, which was released in March 2015.

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