Sam Brothers is a sensational 21-year-old singer-songwriter from Canterbury, South England, who possesses raw and untamed vocals.
Don’t let his innocent appearance fool you, Sam Brothers boasts a mature voice and offers a genuine, meaningful alternative to the mundane. With vocals that evoke the sensitivity of Nick Drake and the powerful range of Jeff Buckley, he’s a real talent, to say the least. Echoing the likes of Bob Dylan and Stephen Van Zandt, Sam Brothers puts a contemporary spin on a classic style.
A genuine working Troubadour, Sam was discovered busking in his hometown by the seasoned industry veteran manager, Mark St. John. This lucky strike contributed to Sam signing a record production and music publishing deal with St. John, who is now producing his album.
Sam has something to say, a unique way to say it and a collection of people who believe in him and will support him throughout the process. He’s an artist for an emerging generation who are disillusioned with the trivia of the virtual world.
Sam Brothers has a string of upcoming gigs on the horizon. See the dates below.
7th July – Sandwich – St Mary’s Art Centre, 131 Dover Rd, Sandwich CT13 0DA, Doors 7 pm, 8 pm Start, 40 min set, Opening party for Sandwich folk festival with Gentlemen of Few & Hobo And The Hippies. Great venue, and should be busy! £12 + booking fee online at – http://www.wegottickets.com/
8th July afternoon – Herne Bay – Herne Bay Rocks, HBC Social Club, Clarence Road, Herne Bay, CT6 8TH, 2.10pm, 30 min slot, a music festival in the aid of Macmillan Teenage Cancer Trust and The Herne Bay Air Show. Some good local bands on the line-up. Day ticket is £5
8th July Evening – Canterbury – Marlowe studio at the Marlowe theatre, The Friars, Canterbury CT1 2AS, doors at 7.30pm, 30 min support slot, Supporting British singer-songwriter Callaghan, tickets £15.25 at https://marlowetheatre.com/
9th July – Sandwich – Rosa’s Vinarium, 60 King St, Sandwich CT13 9BL, 2pm, 2 x 45 min slots, Part of Sandwich Folk Festival, Free Entry.
16th July early afternoon – Canterbury – Whitefriars shopping centre – stage is next to Goldsmiths, 11 Gravel Walk, Canterbury CT1 2TF, 12 Midday, 45 min set, Stage set up on the street – chilled out festival atmosphere and some tasty food, Free entry.
16th July late afternoon/evening – Ashford – Ashford in the park Festival, North Park, Tannery Lane, TN23 1ET, After 2pmbut still TBC – keep an eye on http://www.
25th July – Deal – 81 Beach St, Deal CT14 6JB, 7pm start, 2 x 45 min sets, Nice restaurant with regular live music. Check it out at – https://81beachstreet.co.uk/