Artist, producer, and entertainment entrepreneur, Josh Misko makes a point to always be building his skills and defining his career path as a performer and music business professional. He’s one-half of the Nashville-based country duo, Timothy James, which is currently published by Cutcraft Music Group and administered by Concord Music Publishing.
Josh has extensive recording and performance experience ranging from in-studio sessions with producers and engineers like Shel Talmy, Johnny Lee Schell, and Jack Joseph Puig, to supporting major acts such as Air Supply, The Wailers, G. Love and Special Sauce, Lucero, and more. In 2020, Josh co-produced The Superstones hit single "I Found Myself," which has garnered tens of millions of streams on TikTok, and hundreds of thousands of plays on Spotify.
Partnered with accomplished luthier Adam Mendel and entrepreneur Chris Ingram, Josh co-founded The Switchlock, a guitar accessory designed to solve the age-old problem of unintentionally bumping the pickup switch out of position on an electric guitar - a common headache for guitar playing hobbyists and professionals alike. This simple device allows the user to lock their pickup switch without changing the look, feel, function, or tone of an electric guitar.
From 2009 to 2011, Misko attended Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles where he studied the arts of vocal performance, guitar playing, and music business. Presently, he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree from Oregon State University, double majoring in digital marketing analytics and business administration, and applies his music business experience as a territorial booking agent and Talent Buyer for Turnipblood Entertainment in Atlanta, GA.
Ambitious, hardworking, and wildly passionate about music, Josh Misko is fast becoming a music industry trailblazer to watch.
"My Ohana Tenor has been my touring buddy from coast-to-coast. It's playability, tone and feel are everything I look for in a ukulele -- both plugged in and acoustic. Not to mention the Flamed Koa is absolutely stunning! Whether you're out on the road playing to thousands of people, or simply strumming by a bonfire -- you can't go wrong with an Ohana."
- Josh Misko
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