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Joseph Huber: “Multi-instrumentalist” and reclaimed wood worker performs on Studio A

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Joseph Huber has been a touring musician for seven years -- traveling to places like Nashville and even the Netherlands -- but songwriting isn't the only way Huber displays his creativity.

When he's not playing gigs -- he keeps himself busy in his shop, where he crafts one-of-a-kind wood pieces.

The furniture Huber makes is created from reclaimed wood -- found in back alleys and old barns, and focuses on minimalistic mid-century wooden frames.

Huber says he started out just making things to decorate his own home -- but as word spread, orders for his creations started coming in.

Huber says using the reclaimed wood helps to give each piece he creates its own unique character.

When it comes to his music life, Huber spent six years playing banjo, and toured heavily with the Milwaukee-based "streetgrass" music group -- the .357 String Band -- a group that despite it's abrupt breakup still continues to gain popularity.

Huber is a "multi-instrumentalist" who has released two solo albums: "Bury Me Where I Fall" and "Tongues of Fire."

He plans to release his third solo album "The Hanging Road" featuring 10 new tracks in Spring 2014.

CLICK HERE to learn more about Joseph Huber by visiting JosephHuberMusic.com.

1 Comment

  • Combine9

    Huber’s pieces are timeless, they look great and will last forever. This is the way all furniture should be made – to last. The reclaimed furniture is an awesome way to add a conversation piece to the room. Even if it came from an old barn or other historic buildings.. Great post

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