Have a quick look at Joshua Path's brand new rock video "Co-Star Of My Own Life". Here's what Joshua Path had to say when asked:
Where did you get your inspiration for this video?
"My inspiration was easy: I spoke from a very personal place. Both in the song and in the video. Both are about struggling to come to grips that a lifelong dream is dying. And it's really fucking hard to let go.
You'll notice right away that there's a rawness to the lyrics, to the recording, and to the video production. All of which add to up to an extremely potent experience.
This isn't Coldplay. Or Rihanna. Or Maroon 5. This is a song and video for the rest of us, the thousands whose rock and roll dreams may never come true, and we eventually have to deal with doldrums of day-to-day life.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to share my video with you. I'd be happy to answer any more questions you might have about it. Hope you enjoy.
More Details Just a little more about me, in case you're curious: I began performing right out of high school. I have been on KROQ’s Loveline along with punk rock legends Bad Religion. I have been named one of the Top 100 Unsigned Artists by Music Connection Magazine. My songs have been on One Tree Hill, House M.D., even the venerable soap opera The Young & The Restless. You could describe my music as a little happier than Elliot Smith, more brooding than Jason Mraz, slightly peppier than Jack Johnson and less blorpy than Bjork. I posed naked for the cover of my first album, that shot was taken by Pamela Springsteen - Bruce's sister. My first record label (Quality) was bought out by a rap label (Warlock). Warlock's first release was by the Bloods and Crips, I wonder what that recording session was like. I have seven albums now. None of them have gone platinum. Except maybe in Malaysia. I have finally gotten around to filming my first music video, entitled "Co-Star of My Own Life." The video was filmed, directed and edited by me. It also stars yours truly. (As well as my cat, Honey.) I filmed the whole thing with my iPhone. and it focuses on a day in the life of an aging rocker. One who is struggling to put his rock and roll dreams completely behind him. My fans really enjoyed it. So did my parents. I'm hoping you will too.
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