Josh Thompson Expresses Desire to Work With Norah Jones
Amidst much joking over an allegedly stolen pair of sunglasses, Josh Thompson, Jerrod Niemann and Jake Owen answer questions submitted by fans via Twitter on a special video interview with Charlotte, N.C.'s WSOC radio station.
Somewhat surprisingly, when each are asked what musician they'd like to collaborate with, Thompson chooses jazz-pop pianist Norah Jones. To put it lightly, it seems potential dates with the attractive pianist are his primary motive.
The fun-loving trio also discuss Tom Petty, the silliest thing they ever did to try and impress a girl, and the stripper pole that Owen gave Niemann as a Christmas present. You can watch the whole interview here.
The three were in town for WSOC's fourth annual Stout Pull, taking turns performing their songs on a stage decked out with waitress service and a restroom, apparently so that no breaks are required.
Thompson is on the road in support of his debut album 'Way Out Here,' which features the song 'Won't Be Lonely Long,' in which our hero gets dumped on a Friday night and heads straight for the bar. You can read our exclusive interview with Thompson about the track here.