JD McPherson In Concert The Oklahoma rockabilly star performs to a sold-out World Cafe Live crowd, recorded live on Nov. 2 in Philadelphia. Hear McPherson and his crew repackage timeless sounds into boot-stomping tunes.
JD McPherson has been making rockabilly waves all year.
McPherson's band played several songs from
Signs & Signifiers, which was reissued earlier this year.
McPherson's no-holds-barred intensity on stage makes for a tremendous live show.
Bass player Jimmy Sutton is also McPherson's music director and producer.
The World Cafe Live theater in Philadelphia was packed for the performance.
JD McPherson In Concert
"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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