Cover Art Courtesy of Big Machine Records

NASHVILLE, TN (March 1, 2019) – North Carolina tunesmith JOSH PHILLIPS serves up a new music with “In A Bar Somewhere,” out March 8 via Big Machine Records. He co-penned the lovelorn track alongside Erik Dylan and Randy Montana, who also produced with Jonathan Singleton. The lyrics capture nostalgia of a past relationship: If you’re ever in a bar somewhere / At a back-booth table, peelin’ those labels off High Life beers / That miss me song comes on like neon, loud and clear / And you think you’ve had too much / Just let that good buzz call me up and I’ll be there. Fans can pre-save “In A Bar Somewhere” today on Spotify:
Hailing from Lee County, an area where brick manufacturing, cotton and tobacco reign supreme, Josh is taking fans back to his hometown in a personal new video. Each scene highlights what made him into the songwriter, artist and person he is today. WATCH NOW:
Josh shares, “The biggest thing for me has always been for people to understand that I’ve been where they’ve been. I’ve been the guy that has to work a little extra, so he can get a lawn seat at a concert, so when people from back home listen to my music, I want it to remind them of where we came from, how we live and how hard we work.”
His live show is a force to be reckoned with, having performed alongside some of the genre’s top acts including Sam Hunt, Cole Swindell, Chris Janson and Lee Brice. Following coveted slots on major tours with Brantley Gilbert and Luke Combs, Josh will hit the road as direct support for Tyler Farr on select dates Spring 2019, kicking off tonight in Chicago, IL. For a full list of tour dates and the latest updates, visit and follow him on Instagram.