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Josh Setterfield Launches JSTV Series With Documentary-Style First Episode

21 July 2022 | 1:12 pm | Mallory Arbour

JSTV launched on July 14.

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Josh Setterfield has launched his JSTV YouTube series with a documentary-style first episode.

He explains, “This series is about my adventures as an artist and what my team and I get up to when we’re on the road. We’re gonna give you guys’ a behind the scenes look at what happens between the shows and around and not just what’s on stage.”

The series, which began on Facebook, became a real crowd favourite, and documented Setterfield’s various tours and adventures. The first YouTube episode titled Who The F#%K is Josh Setterfield? goes behind the scenes into his recording studio and arcade room, before launching into an in-depth mini documentary-style tell all, featuring old home movie footage, pop punk performances with his first band Call The Shots, the medical diagnosis which threatened his career as well as his journey into country music.

“I am proud as hell to say that I’ve busted my arse for years trying to make this dream my life. I’ve had a small taste over the years. I don’t want anything else,” he teases. “In the episodes to come, I can’t wait for you guys to meet the band, meet the boss, follow us along for all the adventures we’ve got coming up. Stay tuned… it’s gonna get f---ing crazy!”

You can watch the first episode below:

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Raised in Wangi Wangi, near Newcastle, the singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist exploded onto the scene after transitioning from pop punk frontman-to-solo country entertainer in 2016. Setterfield has since released three EPs, all of which debuted in the top 5 on the iTunes country charts and have accrued one million streams on Spotify.

Building a loyal fanbase around the country with a unique sound, Setterfield has delivered knockout performances at major festivals, the PBR (Professional Bull Riding) and alongside noteworthy names like American country band Love and Theft, Casey Barnes, The Wolfe Brothers, Shannon Noll, Travis Collins, The Viper Creek Band and more.

His recent singles Right About Now and Better Off, both charted on the Countrytown Hot 50 Country Airplay Chart, peaking at #35 and #34 respectively. Earlier this year, he also put a pop punk spin on Right About Now, posted to TikTok.


Keep up to date with Josh Setterfield on his Facebook page here.