Pyke signed to Australian indie label Ivy League Records in 2005 and his first release on the label was a mini-album entitled Feeding the Wolves. It features the single "Middle of the Hill", as well as second single "Private Education". Josh toured early in 2005 with Jebediah frontman, Bob Evans, aka Kevin Mitchell. Feeding the Wolves was nominated for 'Best Pop Release at the 2006 ARIA Awards. Pyke released his debut album, Memories & Dust, on March 10, 2007 and it debuted at #4 on the Australian ARIA Album Chart. He also guest programmed 'rage' on this date. The lead single from the new album, entitled "Lines on Palms", hit Australian airwaves in mid-January. When fans pre-ordered Memories & Dust through the fanclub website, they received a bonus CD of the live private show Josh did at The Wesley Anne in Northcote, Victoria in 2006. Josh Pyke performed at the 'Escape to the Park' concert in King's Park, Perth, Western Australia alongside The Panda Band, Tex Perkins, Sarah Blasko and Augie March. He also performed at the 2006-2007 Falls Festival in Lorne, Victoria and Marion Bay, Tasmania on New Year's Eve. He also sung a cover version of Wuthering Heights by Kate Bush for No Man's Woman which was released in 2007. In April 2007 his debut album, Memories & Dust, was nominated for a J Award by Triple J. Pyke also picked up an ARIA for best adult contemporary album at the 2007 ARIA awards. Pyke is currently recording his second album Chimney's Afire (due out October 4th) at Sydney's Linear Recording studios. He recently announced a small tour to showcase songs off this album.
Josh Pyke is the second act to hit the Taronga stage in 2016
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The folk-pop maestro's hitting the road, presented by Moshcam