Josh Turner Played Cupid


Josh Turner played Cupid not once but twice during a recent concert in Stockton, California, where two couples were engaged during the presentation of the singer. Love was definitely in the air, as Josh stood in the middle of his hit "Would you go with Me", to dedicate a song the couple Jeff and Alma, who had just taken the step. He even invited the happy couple in front of the Bob Hope Theatre, where he and his band were on stage, leaving the crowd in the big time.

"Remember, be together, okay?" Josh Stockton log reports say the happy couple, giving a lecture on maintaining a strong marriage quickly. The singer knows what he speaks: he and his wife Jennifer to travel together on the road and plays keyboards and sings in her support group, Honk Tonkin.

A few minutes later on the scene, Josh has received a note from Eric Nelson, another audience member. He immediately opened, read and told the audience with a smile, "I do not do the dirty work of another man." Josh gave the floor to Eric so he could propose to his girlfriend two years, Jamie Gannon. After she accepted, Josh had the entire audience remember Eric and Jamie's former counsel to the first pair.

"You know the rule, right? What rules?" While the audience shouted "Stay together, aloud, Josh turned to the violinist, and jokingly asked," You do not have anyone you want to ask, right? It seems to be contagious! "

The crowd for this show special was apparently much better mood than the audience at a show several nights earlier. According to Josh, was in concert that night lovers more punch and beer rather than slinging kisses and marriage proposals lovey-dovey. Josh told the audience that the two girls on the show was rocking and throwing beer on each other, "but tonight we have just the opposite. We have people who love each other."

As a father of three healthy children themselves, Josh is always willing to give reasons for children's hands, and he and many other artists, like Darius Rucker, Rodney Atkins, Little Big Town, and Heidi Newfield worked with Nashville for the horse Iroquois Steeplechase-themed fundraiser to benefit the Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt. Josh and other artists painted miniature wooden horses that were auctioned over the network May 15. For more information on the sale or to bid, check out the website Iroquois Steeplechase.

The horse race with obstacles Iroquois, to be held on 14 May is a long tradition of City of Music, now in his 70 years in Nashville.