Award-winning songwriter and finalist on NBC's The Voice Season 11, Josh Halverson has one goal when it comes to his music: "to express feeling." His earnest recordings "One Shot" and "Year of the Thunderbird" blend his current acoustic roots sound with shades of the R&B and Rock n' Roll he grew up loving. Member of the Lower Sioux community, Josh writes with a maturity beyond his years as he meditates on life, love, and loss. It’s the kind of voice that cuts through the usual noise that surrounds us. Josh is an active in his community and is a motivational singer and speaker for the youth, with a focus on suicide and bullying issues. Halverson received the Artist of the Year & Best Folk Recording at the 17th Annual Native American Music Awards this year. He was also named the Artist of the Year at the Country Music Awards of Texas for 2018.