Watch: Sam Amidon Performs for Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar

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Sam Amidon performed as part of Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar in London. He joined clarinetist Giacomo Smith and band to perform a few songs from Amidon's new self-titled album, out this Friday. You can watch the session here. Amidon will celebrate the release of the new album with a livestream concert on Bandcamp this Thursday at 4pm EDT.

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Sam Amidon performed as part of Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar in London. He joined clarinetist Giacomo Smith and band to perform a few songs from Amidon's new self-titled album, out this Friday. You can watch the session below; you can support the show on its Patreon page here.

Amidon will celebrate the release of the new album with a livestream concert on Bandcamp this Thursday at 4pm EDT; you can grab a ticket for the event here.

On the new album, which Amidon produced, he performs radical reworkings of mostly traditional folk songs with his frequent band, multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Chris Vatalaro, along with saxophonist and label mate Sam Gendel, guitarist Bert Cools, bassist Ruth Goller, and Amidon’s wife, Beth Orton, who adds vocals on three songs. Pre-order here to download two songs now and get an autographed print.

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Sam Amidon: "Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar," October 2020
  • Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    Watch: Sam Amidon Performs for Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar

    Sam Amidon performed as part of Kansas Smitty's Virtual Jazz Bar in London. He joined clarinetist Giacomo Smith and band to perform a few songs from Amidon's new self-titled album, out this Friday. You can watch the session below; you can support the show on its Patreon page here.

    Amidon will celebrate the release of the new album with a livestream concert on Bandcamp this Thursday at 4pm EDT; you can grab a ticket for the event here.

    On the new album, which Amidon produced, he performs radical reworkings of mostly traditional folk songs with his frequent band, multi-instrumentalist Shahzad Ismaily and drummer Chris Vatalaro, along with saxophonist and label mate Sam Gendel, guitarist Bert Cools, bassist Ruth Goller, and Amidon’s wife, Beth Orton, who adds vocals on three songs. Pre-order here to download two songs now and get an autographed print.

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