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Introducing… JT ROACH

For singer/songwriter JT Roach, it’s no surprise that he pursued a career in music. Growing up in Madison, WI to a proud Irish-Catholic family, JT was constantly surrounded by music, and was very close with his father – a music enthusiast and writer. He was given his first guitar in the 4th grade, and started seriously getting into music in high school. After graduating from UW-Madison, JT moved to Chicago to pursue music, while maintaining a steady job, and finally made the jump on LA.

Upon his arrival to LA, JT pursued a songwriting career and was very successful (he’s written for/with Emily Warren, Jason Derulo, Nicky Romero, Krewella and Jake Miller to name a few). JT is now ready to begin his career as an artist himself with his debut EP, Witches Lake available on November 16, 2017. A tapestry of sonic influences, Witches Lake combines the chilly falsetto of Bon Iver with the earworm melodies of Justin Bieber, the concept-driven songwriting of Ed Sheeran with the alternative production elements of Jack Garratt.

CLICK HERE to listen to “Tipsy Love,” the first track from the collection, via The Boot. The track was a personal breakthrough for JT as a vulnerable and honest account of the role alcohol played in his relationships, and trying to be someone he wasn’t. Throughout the first collection, we begin to unpeel the various layers of JT Roach and end up in the musical landscape behind his favorite place at home in Northern Wisconsin.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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