Sam Quinn is bringing it back to The Grey Eagle in Asheville on Saturday, May 15th.
We fell in love with Sam's beautiful song writing and quirky sense of humor and style as one-half of the creative force of The Everybodyfields, (together with Jill Andrews).
Sam has an unforgettably unique natural voice which seems to transport his music directly to one's soul. His songs are highly personal, mostly painful tales of self exploration and emotionalism. But they somehow don't end up being depressing. His music has a way of washing over you like soft warm waves. They gently massage your heart while reminding you of what it means to be human. As one reviewer put it, "misery never sounded so good."
When the Everybodyfields parted ways, Sam teamed up with Josh Oliver, Megan Gregory, and Brandon Story to form Japan Ten. They have just released a new CD The Fake that Sunk A Thousand Ships, you can listen and download (for a mere 5 bucks) here: Sam Quinn / The Fake That Sunk A Thousand Ships
Here is video I shot at Bristol Rhythm and Roots of Sam Quinn and the Japan Ten performing Gun.