Articles written by: Josh Schott

Hailing from the Appalachian foothills, Josh is a lifelong listener of music. Raised on country and rock music, Josh has a healthy knowledge of both genres. He’s just as likely to be listening to George Strait and Waylon Jennings, as he is to be listening to AC/DC and Led Zeppelin. He’s always had an interest in writing and music. This led to him creating Country Perspective in 2014, where he previously wrote. In addition to the aforementioned genres, Josh also loves hip-hop and R&B. When he’s not being a music nerd and writing nerd, he’s an avid watcher of college football and learning how to play the guitar. Likes: Sturgill Simpson, great outlaw country, the Bakersfield sound, amazing music regardless of genre, going to concerts, Indians baseball and Ohio State football.

Turnpike Troubadours’ A Long Way From Your Heart

Turnpike Troubadours’ A Long Way From Your Heart

By Josh Schott If you explore the independent country scenes, you will undoubtedly come across the dynamic Oklahoma outfit of Turnpike Troubadours. They have racked up wide critical acclaim and are fueled by a fiercely […]

Tyler Childers Sells Out Ohio

Tyler Childers Sells Out Ohio

By Josh Schott Tyler Childers impressed at his sold out show at The Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta, Ohio on October 27. The show had been sold out well in advance, which is a rarity […]