Bryan McPherson returned to NYC to perform an intimate show in support of his new album Wedgewood.

The last time Bryan McPherson graced the NYC stage was back in March as the direct support for the Dropkick Murphys. Now, three months later he has embarked on a tour of his own to promote his new album “Wedgwood.”

Bryan McPherson treated the crowd to a storytellers performance. The intimate surroundings at the Bowery Electric made it easy for him to connect with his audience. As he looked on to the crowd in the dim light venue, it felt as though he was speaking to each individual. He plays with heart and puts a lot of passion and soul into his music.

McPherson’s lyrics focus on social issues many of which are resonating with Americans currently. This is the reason why the crowd instantly fell in love with his songs. By the time he was done with his set, fans wanted him to keep on playing.

Bryan wraps up his US Tour in July in Los Angeles, California be sure to catch him on tour.


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