A soulful singer with a huge, often gravelly voice, Josh Krajcik is best known as the runner-up on the 2011 season of Fox's reality singing competition The X Factor. Born in Wooster, Ohio, Krajcik studied piano and guitar in his youth and by his teens was performing live. Around 2005, Krajcik began performing with a regular group of musicians as the Josh Krajcik Band. With this outfit he released two albums, 2005's Ghosts and 2011's Atavistic. 2011, Krajcik was accepted onto Fox's The X Factor with his audition performance of Etta James' "At Last." After wrapping up his time on The X Factor, Krajcik toured and began work on his major-label debut, 2013's Blindly, Lonely, Lovely. ~ Matt Collar
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