Josh T. Pearson at the Barbican

An Evening With Josh T Pearson and Guests

26 November 2011, London Barbican

Produced by the Barbican in association with ATP

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Texan Josh T. Pearson is a man whose legendary musical output has only grown
in stature over the years. Many will be familiar with the short-lived
phenomenon that was Lift to Experience, which released one sprawling
masterpiece - 2001′s The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads - before splitting up
soon after.

It took Pearson a full decade to make another record – as soon as his
Berlin-recorded debut solo album Last Of The Country Gentlemen appeared, it
was clear that it was worth the wait.

Following on from a string of sold out London shows – at The Slaughtered
Lamb, the Purcell Rooms and the Union Chapel - Pearson closes 2011 with this
very special Barbican concert.

Praise for Last Of The Country Gentlemen :

“a modern classic” The Times

“Pearson is a one of a kind artist and words can’t describe how fucking good
Last Of The Country Gentlemen is – heavy, beautiful and brilliant.” Mark
Lanegan

“like a doomed angel singing over a desert storm” Bat For Lashes

 “Pearson is an emotional potholer - and he's come back clutching diamonds”
Evening Standard

“A truly magnificent record” Drowned In Sound (10/10)

“...beautiful, stark and to be treasured” Clash

“his solo debut is worth every second of the wait” Q

“America's lost genius returns” Mojo

“a stone cold masterpiece” Uncut (Album of the Month)