JD McPherson

L. A. Burning, West Coast Concert Picks December 9th To 16th 2019

By Alyson Camus | December 6, 2019

DIIV are playing on Saturday and Sunday at the Lodge Room

JD McPherson’s debut Christmas album “SOCKS” due 11/2; confirms holiday tour

By admin | September 19, 2018

You can immediately see the disappointment or bemusement on their faces

L.A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, JUNE 11TH TO 17TH

By Alyson Camus | June 12, 2018

Oh Sees are at Zebulon on Tuesday

L.A. BURNING, WEST COAST CONCERT PICKS, OCTOBER 9TH TO 15TH 2017

By Alyson Camus | October 9, 2017

Desert Daze 2017 is upon us!

JD McPherson At Twilight Concert Series On Thursday July 30th 2015

By Alyson Camus | July 31, 2015

Little Richard’s influence is certainly there during ‘It Shook Me Up’ or ‘Everybody’s Talking ‘Bout The All-American’ for example, with some excited pounding keys, a droning bass and McPherson’s bright howl, but there is much more than influences, he sees his brand of rockabilly as a new punk form, it’s aggressive and fast, he jumps all over the place as he jumps all over decades of music history and this new-old sound becomes truly his.

JD McPherson At Amoeba, Monday June 1st 2015

By Alyson Camus | June 2, 2015

JD McPherson gave a really great show to the Amoeba crowd, playing a set full of a vibrant energy deeply rooted in American music history. Despite his young age, McPherson transports his audience in an early-Elvis era, as his 50’s-inspired music sounds like a Sun Records throwback

JD McPherson At Amoeba, Monday June 1st 2015

By admin | June 1, 2015

JD McPherson gave a really great show to the Amoeba crowd, playing a set full of a vibrant energy deeply rooted in American music history. Despite his young age, McPherson transports his audience in an early-Elvis era, as his 50’s-inspired music sounds like a Sun Records throwback

Queens Of The Stone Age At The Forum, Friday October 31st 2014

By Alyson Camus | November 3, 2014

The delivery was so fluid and was running like the easiest thing these men have ever done, Josh was balancing with his guitar, swinging so smoothly, managing to use his best falsetto over heavy music, mixing danceable rhythms with testosterone-charged metal action.