Loud in Cleveland Podcast with Joshua Jesty

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The latest episode of Loud in Cleveland hit the podcast waves this morning. Hosts Mike and Drew interviewed Joshua Jesty, a local favorite who has completed a four-EP cycle.

From our hosts:



Over the two and a half hours we talked, we got into everything about his life. I mean it, people. We got deep. Josh opened up to us about barely missed chances at stardom, horrible ex’s, the loss of a parApent, and the breakup of a band that felt like a family. With everything he’s experienced in his life, Joshua Jesty is a man I’d expect to be bitter, but he couldn’t be farther from it. Instead he keeps a smirk on his face and his eyes looking ahead. He’s definitely a guy I’m happy to know. Come out to his show next weekend and be prepared to laugh.

Joshua Jesty releases his latest EP with special guests Jason Patrick Meyers and The Quickening, June 26th at Mahall’s, 13200 Madison Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107. Doors are at 8PM.

Stream the episode below, and subscribed via iTunes and RSS.




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