Joey Landreth was likely clutching a guitar before he ever sucked on a pacifier.
He grew up on the road, honing his chops, playing everything from gospel to country. At twenty-five, he co-founded the wildly successful modern blues group, The Bros. Landreth, winning a Juno Award for their debut album. The band quickly attracted praise from numerous blues legends, including Bonnie Raitt, John Oates and Jimmie Vaughan. Joey’s exceptional debut solo album “Whiskey” continues where the Bros. Landreth left off, and showcases a raw, ambitious young talent at the start of a spectacular, lifelong career.