Josh Ritter's self-titled debut (recorded in 1999) has never been available for physical distribution. Therefore, this is an incredible opportunity for independent retail. In addition, the 22 upcoming U.S. shows are only a sketch of the visibility Josh will have in 2008. Josh's fanbase has only grown, as evidenced by his best selling release from last year - The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter.
Josh Ritter's self-titled debut (recorded in 1999) has never been available for physical distribution. Therefore, this is an incredible opportunity for independent retail. In addition, the 22 upcoming U.S. shows are only a sketch of the visibility Josh will have in 2008. Josh's fanbase has only grown, as evidenced by his best selling release from last year - The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter.
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Josh Ritter
Artist: Josh Ritter
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Josh Ritter's self-titled debut (recorded in 1999) has never been available for physical distribution. Therefore, this is an incredible opportunity for independent retail. In addition, the 22 upcoming U.S. shows are only a sketch of the visibility Josh will have in 2008. Josh's fanbase has only grown, as evidenced by his best selling release from last year - The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter.

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Josh Ritter's self-titled debut (recorded in 1999) has never been available for physical distribution. Therefore, this is an incredible opportunity for independent retail. In addition, the 22 upcoming U.S. shows are only a sketch of the visibility Josh will have in 2008. Josh's fanbase has only grown, as evidenced by his best selling release from last year - The Historical Conquests of Josh Ritter. This is what Josh says about his self-titled debut: "This album was recorded during my senior year at Oberlin College. We worked in a tiny studio on campus, drank beer that I had just turned old enough to buy legally and began taking the first steps along the road I still walk today, eight years later. I'm still very proud of these songs and I hope you enjoy them." - Josh Ritter, February 2008