Music Dreamers Disease EP

Joshua Ketchmark - Dreamer's Disease EP

Here’s something to look forward this July!

Joshua Ketchmark, born in Illinois, found his way to the Music City to hone his music. With a guitar (and some more) on his hand, Ketchmark has been able to write songs that give a glimpse of serenity to the downhearted ones. His ability to write songs with raw, authentic sentiments draws audience to a realm of vulnerability and nostalgia. Whether you’re looking back or pushing forward, Ketchmark’s eclectic musical style would be a great companion to get there.

His second and upcoming EP, ‘the Dreamers Disease’ features four alternative country songs about a life of great expectations. While “Saving Grace”, a song for the dream chasers, features funky guitar melodies, the second single “Mason Jar” has a more electrifying composition with guitar solos fired up and Ketchmark in Kravitz mode. The two tracks “Should Have Been,” a bittersweet love song and “Step Back,” a rock ballad about self-discovery, are both engaging with beautiful phrases, subtle riffs, and enflamed vocals from Ketchmark.

Ketchmark is releasing three EPs this year. His first EP “Bittersweet” was released last April 17 and showcased Ketchmark’s eclectic musical influences. The EP received outstanding reviews and was another success for Ketchmark and his team.

“the Dreamers Disease” EP is set to hit the streets on July 17th, 2012. Produced by Kenny Wright, and recorded at 1 Tree Studio in Nashville, “the Dreamers Disease” also features appearances from Nashville players such as Tony Paoletta (Pedal Steal; Dixie Chicks, Travis Tritt) and Dave Webb (Bass; Randall Bramblett, Sugarland).

You can check out to get Joshua Ketchmark’s latest updates and upcoming shows. You can also visit his Facebook Fanpage, follow him on Twitter or listen to his tracks at MySpace.

Watch Joshua Ketchmark’s music video for his single “Cigarettes & Wine” from his first EP ” Bittersweet” to get a feel of Ketchmark’s musical style.