• JD McPherson has been making rockabilly waves all year.
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    JD McPherson has been making rockabilly waves all year.
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  • McPherson's band played several songs from Signs & Signifiers, which was reissued earlier this year.
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    McPherson's band played several songs from Signs & Signifiers, which was reissued earlier this year.
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  • McPherson's no-holds-barred intensity on stage makes for a tremendous live show.
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    McPherson's no-holds-barred intensity on stage makes for a tremendous live show.
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  • Bass player Jimmy Sutton is also McPherson's music director and producer.
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    Bass player Jimmy Sutton is also McPherson's music director and producer.
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  • The World Cafe Live theater in Philadelphia was packed for the performance.
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    The World Cafe Live theater in Philadelphia was packed for the performance.

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JD McPherson In Concert

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Set List
  • "Dimes For Nickels"
  • "Your Love (All That I'm Missing)"
  • "Oil In My Lamp"
  • "Signs & Signifiers"
  • "Fire Bug"
  • "Abigail Blue"
  • "North Side Gal"
  • "Wolf Teeth"
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