He may not be headed to Texas like some other Maine-based musicians in the coming weeks, but Portland’s favorite bluesman (and according to his bio, the last of the great, black, American troubadours) is about to hit the road for a bit. Samuel James (aka Sugar Smallhouse) plays has a style all his own and is a performer very much worth seeing live. If you get a chance to catch one of these shows, don’t miss out.
3/1 @ Two Sheep Sound Works [Providence, RI]
3/2 @ Pete’s Candy Store [Brooklyn, NY] – 11pm
3/3 @ Sellersville Theater [Sellersville, PA] – 6pm & 9pm opening for Dr. John
3/6 @ The Folklore Society of Greater Washington [Washington, DC] – 8pm
3/7 @ Banjo Jim’s [NYC] – 8pm
Then it’s off to Europe!
4/29-30 @ Bergenfest [Bergen, Norway]
5/2 @ Southern Gothic Festival [Cork, Ireland]
5/4 @ Arlington Arts Centre [Newbury, Berkshire, England]
5/7 @ Green Note [London, England]
5/10 @ Neue Welt [Ingolstadt, Germany]
5/11 @ Arbeit & Leben [Goettingen, Germany]
5/13 @ Thiele’s Garten [Bremerhaven, Germany]
Read on for a video from the 2010 Building Of Song Festival, a Michael Jackson cover, and more.
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