Pierson Saxon

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Pierson Saxon is an Austin, Texas-based Blue-Eyed Soul / Country singer-songwriter

Think the buttery voice of Bill Withers meets the folksy finger-picking of Townes Van Zandt. Pierson started out playing piano at the age of 5 and studied classical for nearly a decade before making the switch to contemporary music. He was mentored by renowned Dallas pianist, Julie Bonk, well known in Texas for teaching the inimitable Norah Jones. Julie nurtured Pierson’s knack for performance by letting him sit in on her set breaks at a weekly Sunday gospel brunch in east Dallas’ Oak Cliff neighborhood. He moved to Austin at the age of 18 to pursue a career in original music.

Since then, Pierson has toured all over the U.S. and internationally both as a solo artist and an organ player in the up and coming gospel-rock group, Dr. Joe. Pierson can be found playing all over Austin and the rest of Texas on a regular basis.

PIERSON SAXON
SAMPLE SONG LIST
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 She’s Got You - Patsy Cline

Will The Circle Be Unbroken? 

She Thinks I Still Care - George Jones

Let Me Ride in Your Big Cadillac - Blaze Foley

That’s How I Got To Memphis - Tom T. Hall

Pancho & Lefty - Townes Van Zandt

Turn Around - Carl Perkins 

Purple Rain - Dwight Yoakam (Prince)

Angel From Montgomery - John Prine

You’re Still On My Mind - George Jones

You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere - Bob Dylan & The Band

Return of the Grievous Angel - Gram Parsons & Emmylou Harris

Love Me - Elvis Presley 

Georgia On My Mind - Ray Charles

Come Tomorrow - Townes Van Zandt

I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight - Bob Dylan

This Train is Bound For Glory - Woody Guthrie

L.A. Freeway - Jerry Jeff Walker 

Cold, Cold Heart - Hank Williams

Blue Eyes Cryin In The Rain - Willie Nelson

Hang Me, Oh Hang Me - Dave Van Ronk

Just One More - George Jones

Carmelita - Warren Zevon

Don’t Let The Sunshine Fool Ya - Townes Van Zandt

Tear Down The Grand Ole Opry - John Hartford