Fork in the Road
West Coast Singer-Songwriter, Jawsh Anderson, originally grew up in the artist enclave of Santa Cruz, California. He moved to Seattle in 2007, after earning his Bachelor's Degree in Business, and after performing briefly both in Nashville and on the West Coast Singer-Songwriter circuit. Jawsh's music is inspired by a long tradition of talented Singer-Songwriters ranging from classic artists like Bob Dylan, Cat Stevens and Van Morrison to more contemporary artists like Jeff Tweedy, Trampled By Turtles and Lucinda Williams. He has released two albums to date, 'Fork in the Road' (2001) and 'Sketches' (2007), and in addition to his own songs, Jawsh also enjoys performing songs by his late father, John Anderson, who was a very gifted and talented Singer-Songwriter in his own right. More recently, Jawsh teamed up with his childhood friends, guitarist Ian Rydquist and drummer Rodney Trujillo, and. Formed the eclectic and highly talented Santa Cruz rock band ORANGEGOOSE! Currently, you can catch Jawsh performing around Santa Cruz both as a solo artist and with his band Orangegoose at local dive bars and coffee houses all around town! Also, be sure to check out Jawsh's Seattle project, LONEWOLF JONES, for some tasty down home blues!