Multi-platinum selling singer Josh Turner is adding a literary milestone to his long list of accomplishments--as his first book "Man Stuff: Thoughts Of Faith, Family And Fatherhood" is released tomorrow (April 29). Centered around his Christian faith, Turner shares intimate stories and lessons he has learned throughout his life as a father, husband, brother, son and friend.
The book also features a forward written by "Duck Dynasty" star Jase Robertson and is published by Thomas Nelson (an imprint of Harper Collins Christian Publishing).
In support of "Man Stuff," Turner is set to make quite the media roundup in New York City: on ABC's "The Chew" on Wednesday (April 30), Fox News' "FOX & Friends" and GAC's "Headline Country" on Thursday (May 1) and will also tape a "The Better Show" segment to air later in the month.
Additionally, the "Long Back Trainer" singer-songwriter will appear on the Christian Broadcasting Network's "700 Club," to air May 5. The feature was taped earlier this month at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville.
To-date, Turner has received six Inspirational Country Music Awards and multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM nominations through the years. He is known for such hits as "Time Is Love," "Your Man," Why Don't We Just Dance," "Firecracker" and "Would You Go With Me," among others. His most recent chart achievement was 2012's Billboard 200 No. 1 set "Punching Bag."
Later this year, Turner is expected to drop a brand new album. More details to come soon.