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The River

by Justin Joslin

The River’s sound is deep; the message like a moving current, powerful. It's themes are both personal and universal, creating a relatable listening experience that is sure to challenge and inspire.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Down to the River
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2. Shine a Light
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3. Ace of Spades
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4. Love You Wrong
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5. Third Child
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6. Right in Front of Me
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7. Crazy Thing
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8. Closer to You
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9. A Million Steps
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10. Trying to Borrow
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11. The River (Reprise)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
If Justin Joslin’s first release, Roots, was a snapshot of where he came from and he who wants to be, his second album, The River is his arrival.

Joslin has spent the last five years working on The River, an 11-song ode to his faith, his wife, and his family, that demonstrates triumph can flow from hardships. The record’s themes are both personal and universal, creating a relatable listening experience that is sure to challenge and inspire.

To help tell his story, Joslin once again teamed with long-time collaborator, friend and producer Chris Freels of The Music Group and together they assembled accomplished musicians and singers from Nashville to Austin to play a part in this narrative.

The River’s sound is deep; the message like a moving current, powerful.

Joslin doesn’t want you to simply come to the banks of life. No, the invitation in The River Reprise is clear:

If you're willing
The Lord is able
He wants to wash our sins away

Come on.

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