The Subway Brought Me Back: An Interview with James Joseph

Musicians often dream of hitting it big, touring the nation and playing sold-out clubs. But for Brooklyn’s James Joseph, hitting it big only means playing the subway for late-night commuters. Nathan Frandino has more on the New Yorker’s life as a subway musician.

Produced by Nathan Frandino

Music by GHSTS N GUITARS (James Joseph)

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4 thoughts on “The Subway Brought Me Back: An Interview with James Joseph

  1. chelsea peters

    Well, I certainly agree with all the others of whom have said such good comments on this work. It’s beautiffully poetic with absolute sincere realism, (which is essential in covering this type of work). James Joseph is a colossal force in the Music Industry; And HE’s one of NYC’S finest~if not the Best BUSKER!!! All inall, Mr. Frandino gets the raw pure sense of him (~Ghst~) and lets the viewer feel the “Triumph” for his “Rise to Success”. Immensley provacative work that gives us good sense of his Journey. His life and the Joy of finding a way to make music for the masses, “Under” and “Above” Ground. Wow!! he’s so great (especially the way he helps people to aspire higher to reach their dreams).

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