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Nov 23, 2015

Last weekend, Utrecht, Netherlands hosted Le Guess Who? FestivalMore

Dec 01, 2011

Troubadour Josh T. Pearson, whose solo debut Last of the Country Gentlemen was released earlier this year, has decided to treat fans to a ramshackled, acoustic rendition of the Christmas standard, "O Holy Night."  More

Lift to Experience’s Josh T. Pearson Signs to Mute

Last of the Country Gentlemen Out Spring 2011

Nov 15, 2010

Lift to Experience’s Josh T. Pearson is going it alone. The troubadour recently signed to Mute Records who will be releasing his sol album, Last of the Country Gentlemen spring of 2011. T More


Josh T. Pearson

Divine Desolation

May 24, 2011

Country-folk singer/songwriter Josh T. Pearson (ex-Lift to Experience) slurs his words like a true Texan. This spring he is back from wandering the wilderness with his first suite of songs in 10 years, Last of the Country Gentleman. The record touches on such old pop music themes as love, despair, and regret, but the 37-year-old artist's delivery is labyrinth-like and truly haunting. It's a spartan record that stays with you for quite some time. As such, we called up the son of a preacher man about his life over the past decade and trying to surmount past woes through cathartic music. More


The Straight Hits!

The Straight Hits!


Jun 20, 2018

It's been seven years since Josh T. Pearson—the reluctant frontman of oddball Texas rock 'n' rollers Lift to Experience—released his debut solo album, Last of the Country Gentlemen. A maudlin, lugubrious affair, its quasi-spiritual songs dripped with a heavy sorrow that infiltrated your bones, that offered no sense of reprieve save for the raw, (fallen) angelic beauty of its seven songs. More

Le Guess Who 2015 Day Two: Kaki King, Josh T. Pearson, Chelsea Wolfe, Liima

November 20th, 2015

Nov 24, 2015

Jet lag is real. More

Last of the Country Gentlemen

Last of the Country Gentlemen


Mar 30, 2011

Erstwhile frontman of eccentric Texas weirdoes Lift to Experience, which released one album in 2001, the brilliant The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads, and called it quits, Josh T. Pearson's debut is a mixed bag. More