It’s impossible to squeeze Joan Osborne into a single musical style. The singer-songwriter exploded onto the scene in 1995 with her debut album, Relish, which sold 5 million copies worldwide, yielded six Grammy nominations and spawned the hit single “One of Us.” Since then, she’s built a kaleidoscopic career that runs the gamut from pop to soul to country. She says her latest album, Little Wild One, is very consciously set in New York City.
Osborne explains that she wanted Little Wild One to evoke the city she loves.
Listen to the NPR feature and interview
WFPK and Yum! Brands Foundation present Joan Osborne in concert for a Dare To Care “foodraiser” Wednesday October 1st at KY Center’s Bomhard Theater. Details
Watch the video of “Cathedrals” from the new CD