Joan Osborne

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About Joan Osborne

A powerful vocalist whose repertoire reveals a sure command of rock, pop, soul, blues, and many other styles, Joan Osborne burst into stardom in 1995 with her first major-label album, Relish. The song "One of Us" became a massive hit, and a career as a pop star seemed assured. However, she preferred to follow her muse, exploring different musical avenues as she pleased -- vintage soul on 2007's Breakfast in Bed, interpreting soul and blues classics for 2012's Bring It on Home, and 2017's self-explanatory Songs of Bob Dylan. As comfortable singing with the Motown house band the Funk Brothers as with the Grateful Dead, Osborne's catalog shows she's gifted with a fine voice and a knowledge that wisely informs her creative choices. She delivered genre-jumping music along with socially conscious themes on 2020's Trouble and Strife, and explored personal and political topics on 2023's soulful Nobody Owns You.

Anchorage, KY, United States
July 8, 1963
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