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Josh  Snyder
is a nationally acclaimed musician and songwriter. For 12 years as the lead singer/front-man for the rock band Atomic Tangerine, Josh toured the country performing, writing and recording music. He has also written songs for national & international recording artists, as well as songs that have appeared in TV shows, movies and on the MTV Music Awards. On top of his successes in music – Josh is a 3 time cancer survivor and in 2008 he co-founded KnowCancer, one of the webs premeir cancer networks. Currently, Josh is working with the production group “The Agency” and writing songs for Universal/Mowtown’s new artist Avery’s debut release.

Some of the people Josh has shared the stage with include:

Jimmy Eat World, NIN, Rob Zombie, Velvet Revolver, 3 Doors Down, Alter Bridge, Shinedown, Flyleaf, Coheed & Cambria, Avenged Sevenfold, Simple Plan, Buckcherry, Better Than Ezra, Jimmy’s Chicken Shack, Blues Traveler, The Gin-Blossoms, Fastball, Andrew W.K., Cypress Hill, Less Than Jake and Guster. 

Some of Josh’s musical accomplishments include:

-    In 2010 his song “Everything is Beautiful” written by Josh Snyder, Trina Harmon, Jason Deere, was the #1 most downloaded song (iTunes) off of the movie soundrack Letters to God. The Soundtrack was #42 on the Billboard charts under Christian Albums.
-    In 2008 his song “Now That You’re Gone” was performed on the MTV Europe Music Awards.
-    In 2007 his song “Hard to Forget” performed by Shiri Maimon (an Israeli Pop Star) was the most downloaded song in Israel.
-    5 of Josh’s songs were featured on the A&E show “Sons of Hollywood.”
-    Atomic Tangerine received radio airplay on radio stations across the country – including XM and Sirius radio.
-    Atomic Tangerine was voted Best Rock Act and Best Acoustic Act by The Orlando Weekly in their annual Best of Orlando edition.
-    In November of 2005, Atomic Tangerine’s song “Yesterdays News” was featured in the Rock N Write program, which reaches 35 million students across the country.
-    Atomic Tangerine Songs “Gravity” and “The Chase” were featured in the movie “The Way Back Home.”