Josh White Jr. (son of outspoken blues legend, Josh White) is a renowned folkie who has been playing music since he was four years old. He had a little college campus folk hit in 1962 with "Do You Close Your Eyes," a song that is covered by many coffee house musicians to this day. His bluesey folk musings are blessed by his soulful, rich, timbered vocal stylings. Much like his father, Josh White Jr. plays at a mellow pace and leaves room for musical embellishments, which he confidently executes on the acoustic six-string. Parents will be glad to know that his children's music includes some of the most celebrated folk songs since Peter, Paul and Mary.