Josh Ritter

The singer-songwriter opens up about his upcoming album, "Gathering."
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John Krasinski talks directing and why Josh Ritter's song is in his latest film
More big-name musicians must step forward and say: "There's always more money, but I only have one name. And I won't have people shouting my name in states where there are citizens who have no rights."
Idaho, the subject of one of Josh's most well loved songs, is a place he visits often to visit his family. His lyrical prose
Not too many men can rock a pair of retro gas station coveralls. Then again, singer/songwriter Josh Ritter is about as far from your average guy as you can get.
If you've seen Ritter play live, you know how infectious he is on the concert stage. If you have not, do yourself a favor and go. His joyous smile and his humor will give you a peek into his open, exuberant heart.
"Sermon on the Rocks" is just out, but I've had it for a few months, and every time I listen to it -- and I listen to it often -- I feel glad to be breathing the same oxygen as the musician who made it. And this is odd. "Sermon" should take me months to accept and adore. Why doesn't it?
Messiah has a copy of the "Community Covenant" available online. This document, subtitled "All of Life Under the Lordship
The Idaho-born Ritter is currently touring in support of his latest album, “The Beast in Its Tracks." Bassinger added, "We’re