New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Shimmering with sentimentality, Josh Christina
flashes through dressing rooms and crowds banging the ivories in the new music video for nostalgic single Rockstar. The paisley piano man throws chairs and lies on the piano like a king's throne. Baltimore based rock & roll revivalist Christina
unveils his inspirations and upbringing in an anthemic country blues track, Rockstar.
Panning to and from the stage and the dressing room, Christina
awaits raving fans while layering in flashy outerwear and reminiscing through old photographs. Through his adolescence and young adult years Christina
has "Let all the trends slip away" as he sings in the song, never bowing down to the temporary fads of today. Christina
is an analog man living in a digital world that evokes timeless themes and melodies to enthrall all listeners.
With a rock and roll opening and a gospel finish, Christina
uses all of his influences in Rockstar, including blues and country. While the single alone can let you envision the piece for yourself, the music video allows insight to the highly desired before and after segments of a live show. Here you can see what records Christina
listens to before a show and which array of outfits he can choose from to perform in.
creates a rollicking and robust musical experience that draws immediate attention from the get-go" TunedLoud writes. Unlike anything in the modern age, Christina
is what compels every little kid to sing and dance in their bathroom mirrors. With more music on the way and tour dates piling up during the summer and fall, Josh Christina
will be bringing his exquisite musical journey soon near you. Follow Josh Christina
on social media to stay up to date on all rescheduled tour dates due to COVID-19.
Rock & roll revivalist, Josh Christina
is bringing retro back in all the best ways. Reminiscent of an era when music sold itself, Christina's classic energy humbly commands his audience, both on stage and through the stereo. With a sound described as "an infectious blend of piano driven, high octane boogie-woogie and pop 'n' roll," Josh Christina
has not only received high praise from Daryl Davis (band leader for Chuck Berry) and Kent Wells (producer of Dolly Parton), but also gained international attention on Ireland's Late Late Show. His newest project "Rockstar
" provides the perfect mixture of rock & roll, blues and a hint of country music.