Conjuring up images of dusty towns, open roads, and lonesome wanderers, The Ghost of Joseph Buck places its roots in folk and Americana with influences spanning the musical spectrum. The music connects humanity past and present. Lovers , outlaws, preachers, murderers, wanderers… together in song.
Their debut, self titled EP was inspired by real people and real stories and the inexplicable feeling of empathy that rises up when you hear the story of one man standing up to the coal companies of West Virginia or a Southern preacher who died on stage at the piano while praising his Lord.
Currently working on their second EP, the Denver quartet will bring you more stories of struggle and survival in 2015 backed by simple yet powerful instrumentation.