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Josh Clauson, singer/guitarist of two Seattle-based bands, Flowmotion and True Spokes, first debuted his acoustic project in 2010 with the release of a self-titled album. Blending folk, Americana, and soul, Josh’s songs delve into matters of the heart with stirring vocals and swelling, harmonic melodies.  The Josh Clauson Trio is comprised of Rob Peebler on guitar and vocals – Rob is a multi-instrumentalist musician and the producer/engineer of JC’s album, as well as many Flowmotion records. Abraham Neuwelt is a seattle based percussionist who brings unique beats into the mix with sounds from across the globe!

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FLOWMOTION @ The Sitzmark - Girdwood, AK Jan. 6th & 7th, 2017

FLOWMOTION – The Sitzmark in Girdwood, Alaska – Click For More Details
Capps Club

JC Trio @ Capps Club - Kenmore, WA Saturday Nov. 19, 2016

JC opens up for Chris Poage & Friends feat. Mts. & Tunnels, Panda Con, Mother Of Pearl
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JC Trio at Summer Meltdown '16

JC Trio at Summer Meltdown ’16

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Driftless - Album Art

Kickstarter Launched – New album “Driftless” is ready to be recorded.12/01/2016


Help Josh record his second solo album. The songs are ready, the musicians lined up, the studio is booked. Josh will be collaborating with members of Polecat, Aaron and Cayley Guest as well as Jeremy Elliot. The plan is to record with Michael Iris at Bell Creek Studio in Bellingham, WA. Check out the kickstarter Read More...


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JC & Friends Live at Summer Meltdown11/25/2016


Check out this live recording from Josh’s set at Summer Meltdown.  The band features Tim Snider on violin, Jacob Navarro on guitar, William Cook on bass, Calm Israel on back-up vocals, and Bob Rees on drums.  Features a new tune “Every Once in a While”.


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