Josh T. Pearson

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JTP

Josh T. Pearson is the son of a preacher, hailing from Denton, Texas.

Pearson formed the short-lived phenomenon that was Lift to Experience, who released one sprawling masterpiece, 2001’s The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads, before splitting up soon after.

Since then, Josh T. Pearson spent many years in the wilderness, only releasing one studio recording, I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, a split 7” single with the Dirty Three and appearing on the Mercury Prize nominated Bat for Lashes album Fur and Gold, before returning to recording in 2010.

His debut album as a solo artist ‘Last Of The Country Gentlemen’ was released in early 2011 to incredible acclaim.

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