Joshua Otis “Josh” Turner (born November 20, 1977) is an American contemporary country music singer and actor. In 2003, he signed to MCA Nashville Records. That same year, his debut album’s title track, “Long Black Train”, was his breakthrough single release. His second album, Your Man (2006) accounted for his first two number one hits: “Your Man” and “Would You Go with Me,” while 2007’s Everything Is Fine included a No. 2 in “Firecracker.”
Haywire, released in 2010, produced his biggest hit, the No. 1 “Why Don’t We Just Dance” and another number one in “All Over Me”. It was followed by Punching Bag (2012), whose lead-off single “Time Is Love” was the biggest hit of 2012 according to Billboard Year-End.
Turner’s fifth studio album, Punching Bag, was released via MCA Nashville on June 12, 2012 and preceded by the single “Time Is Love”. The song, written by Tom Shapiro, Tony Martin, and Mark Nesler, was released digitally on December 20, 2011 and went for radio adds on January 9. The song reached No. 2 but finished the year as the No. 1 country song of 2012 according to Billboard. The album’s second single “Find Me a Baby”, was released to country radio on October 15, 2012, but it failed to make top 40 on the country charts.
Also in 2012, Turner released Live Across America with twelve of his songs recorded in concert in different cities. This album was distributed through Cracker Barrel. Turner said, “Those are the most magical performances of each song.
The first single from Turner’s upcoming sixth studio album, “Lay Low”, was released to country radio on September 1, 2014.