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Thursday, December 1st, 2011

It’s December 1st. Josh T. Pearson, the man responsible for Last of The Country Gentleman – one of the strongest and starkest folk albums of the year – has shared with us his take on the traditional “O Holy Night.” Pearson’s rendition, much like his own music, finds the dark troubadour stretching out (just over […]

Wednesday, March 30th, 2011

It has been a decade since the release of Lift To Experience’s The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads. Fast forward to 2011. At seven songs in sixty minutes, the long awaited solo debut of Lift’s Josh T. Pearson is a welcome dark and desolate take on contemporary folk music entitled Last Of The Country Gentlemen. A song-cycle penned […]