Josh Turner Reflects On First Time He Heard Himself On Radio

05/21/2013
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(Radio.com) The first time Josh Turner heard "Long Black Train," his second single ever, on the radio in 2003, he had to pull off the road. "My wife Jennifer and I were driving to my hometown in South Carolina," Turner tells Radio.com.

"We were on this two-lane country road and I was listening to my hometown station and [when] we had finally gotten within range of it 'Long Black Train' comes on the radio. I had to pull off the side of the road because it was such an emotional moment."

Turner went on to explain that this was the moment he had been "waiting for and dreaming about for years and years."

"As a young boy growing up down in South Carolina, to a lot of people being a famous country singer seemed like a lofty goal and even unattainable," he said. "I never doubted it one second. So for that moment to happen in my life was a huge turning point for me." more.

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