Congratulations to Tamela Mann for her record “Best Days” which went gold recently selling 500,000 copies. Also, Congratulations to Gregory Marke. His song “Surrender Now” which was engineered and mixed by Yosh and co-produced by Yosh and Dick Williams, tied for 1st place in the “Global Peace Song Awards” in the Rock/Pop Category. The Global Peace Song Awards is a competition in which a Jury Panel of world-famed musicians, legendary Music Industry Executives, a famed TV Producer and an iconic peace Politician all cast their votes to select the most inspiring music and videos that promote the message of peace. Some of those panelists include, Stewart Copeland, Dennis Kucinich, Phillip Lawrence, Rod Linnum, Peter Yarrow, and many more.
It has been a busy year for Yosh. He currently has the top 4 songs on the Billboard Gospel Single Chart with 2 more in the top 15. He also has the top album on the Billboard Gospel Album Chart and 6 others in the top 25. Those include Tamela Mann, Tasha Cobbs, Jekalyn Carr, Travis Green, Anthony Brown, Donnie McClurkin, William Murphy, and Kirk Franklin. He has also mixed records for Larry Trice, Gates Praise, Chicago Mass Choir, Jeffrey Cavataio, and Vashawn Mitchell as well as songs for Phil Bryant, Myron Butler, Bryan Popin, Nyasha Thodhlana, Brandon Mitchell, Tony Bush and the Deacs, Marty Taylor, Miranda Willis, Ruth La’Ontra, Kim Stratton, Ang White, Da’Dra, and The Rock Church. Yosh had the opportunity to mix songs produced by Tim Lauer for the new TV show Greenleaf on the Oprah network. He just finished mixing a Kenny Lattimore christmas record with producer Aaron Lindsey that you can look forward to this winter.
Recently, John has worked with some talented artists from the UK including, Noel Robinson (produced by God-I-Am and Les Moir), Benjamin Bocconi (produced by Fabio D’Andrea), and Syann Thompson (produced by David Milligan)
Yosh has also started working in conjunction with Alex Greene and Doug Kahan from Greene Group, bringing his experience as a producer, engineer, and mixer to help develop artists.