Josh Garza is an American musician. He is known for his drumming on the song “Take Me to the Riot” from the band’s album The Secret Machines.

Garza is a founding member of the indie rock band The Fridays, which was formed in 2008.

He has released three albums with the group, which began its musical style with dubstep and drum & bass music.

He started playing piano when he was three years old; he began playing drums when he was 8.

Further reading: Josh Garza: A Bonham Disciple Carves His Own Path | Modern Drummer Magazine

When I was 14, I met the guy who sang for The Fridays, Chris Geyer.

He taught me how to play drums and introduced me to dubstep and drum & bass music.

We were listening to this stuff in high school, and we just started to combine it with drumming slowly.

We’d have these dubstep events every once in a while, where we’d have friends come over and play dubstep sets on the weekends at my parents’ house.

While studying at The University of Texas at Austin, Garza was a part of the band Doghouse Roses.

They were named “Best New Band” in 2005 by the Dallas Observer.

Garza then attended Berklee College of Music for two semesters.

Garza then attended Berklee College of Music for two semesters. In 2006, he released his first album with The Fridays titled The EP Is A Lie!

In 2008, they released their second album titled I Hate People!

Josh Garza is a successful man he is a talented musician and a good businessman he is known for his work as a musician, so he has a lot of money, but in the article about him, it says he’s known for starting the company GAW miners so we should have that in there too.

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