Six Feet Apart
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January 22 – Samuel James
Roots music. Storytelling. The Blues. I am not sure what you can label Samuel James. Rare. Special. Let’s leave it at that.
With a voice of grit and gravel, roots musician Samuel James sings with an authenticity lost in time. A modern guitar master, James’ skill has a depth and range that seems impossible for a man with only two hands.
An award-winning songwriter, one of the world’s most innovative guitar players, and a Moth-featured storyteller, James brings all of this to his amazing stage show. A live performance by Samuel James is part theatre concert, part stomping-on-the-porch dance party and part stand-up comedy.
Don’t miss Samuel’s virtual concert on Six Feet Apart!
February 5 – Ratboys
Upheaval and change are themes spread throughout the songs on Printer’s Devil, the latest Ratboys LP, out February 28, 2020 via Topshelf Records. But all the while, singer-songwriter Julia Steiner embraces moments of uncertainty as a necessary part of growing. Steiner recalls a David Byrne lyric, “I’m lost, but I’m not afraid” as inspiration for the transformative outlook, considering the line a personal mantra while writing Ratboys’ third full-length record. “There’s definitely a lot of uncertainty about what’s next, but I like to think that, in the midst of creating a lot of vulnerability for ourselves, we’re confident and becoming more self-assured.”
Don’t miss Ratboy’s virtual concert on Six Feet Apart!
February 12 – D’DAT
Named by NPR as one of the top 10 bands in the US – DDAT combines hip hop, jazz, funk and soul to their original southwestern feel and genre.
Don’t miss D’DAT’s virtual concert on Six Feet Apart!
February 19 – Inna Faliks
Ukrainian-born American pianist Inna Faliks has established herself as one of the most exciting, committed, communicative and poetic artists of her generation.
Don’t miss Inna’s virtual concert on Six Feet Apart!
February 26 – Casper Skulls
Toronto’s Casper Skulls have been described as confrontational art rock and have drawn comparisons with Sonic Youth, Pavement and Television. Music you don’t want to miss.
Don’t miss their virtual concert on Six Feet Apart!