Born in Baton Rouge, Josh Hyde was barely seven years old when his family moved to New Orleans At 10 years old, Hyde penned "Mississippi Bridge," a deeply personal highlight about riding the bus to visit his father every 2 weeks. As a teenager, he became surrounded by "The Blues" in the Baton Rouge music scene. Playing at Tabby's Blues Box he got to meet The Neal Brothers, Tabby Thomas, and Silas Hogan. Fast forward to 2022, his latest release ‘Parish Blues ‘ is a return to his roots . These songs represent my Louisiana Blues — A collection of songs I’ve been working on for a long time.