Joshua "Josh" Bishop Kelley (born January 30, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter. Born in Augusta, Georgia Josh Kelley began his musical career at the age of 11. He later formed a band with his younger brother, Charles, called Inside Blue. At age 14, the band released a five-song CD that garnered the attention of a major label.
He released his indie album, Changing Faces, in 2001, signing with Hollywood Records in 2002. Working with John Alagia as his producer, Kelley released For The Ride Home on June 3, 2003. He also made an appearance at the Bonnaroo Music Festival in 2003. Even though Josh has stated that the lyrics from his song "Angeles" were fabricated, he moved to Los Angeles from Georgia and recorded the majority of his album, "Almost Honest," in the studio of his home. Josh has toured with many artists including Third Eye Blind, Toby Lightman, and Counting Crows.
Josh released his third album, Just Say The Word, on iTunes on June 6, 2006, under his own label, Threshold. The physical album was released in the United States on July 25, 2006. "The Pop Game" was the first single from his self-produced album and was accompanied by a cartoon video.
2003 - For the Ride Home
2004 - For The Ride Home (two-disc re-release)
2005 - Almost Honest
2006 - Just Say The Word
2008 - Special Company