Friday, September 8th, 2017 08:00 PM

Sam Lewis W/scott Moss At The Willow Tree!

By: Willow Tree Coffee House

About

When
Friday, September 8th, 2017 08:00 PM
Where
216 E Main St Johnson City TN 37604
Cost
Prices Vary / Unspecified
Contact
Call Willow Tree Coffee House at Yes, we do have a phone, it's in the freezer, because if we take it out, it rings and rings and rings and rings, and we don't have the staff to answer it. So, if you wish to contact us, please e-mail teri@thewillowtreejc.com
Tags
Music and Eat & Drink

Description

Sam Lewis has been one of our favorites for many years, long before we opened The Willow Tree, so we get pretty gitty when he comes to play for us. And Scott Moss, another one of those favorites, who you may remember has previously played for us with BIG DADDY LOVE and Oak Grove String Band. He's going to open up the night with one of his very special solo shows. It's going to be one those nights we call a don't miss.

Sam Lewis: Sam Lewis plays soul music.

While it bears the sonic landmarks of roots music’s most fertile ground, the songwriting of Sam Lewis is born of a landscape that can only be felt, not seen. His music is native to the infinite expanse that is exposed when human attention is full, and focused inward - harvested solely by the nuanced rhythm of love. Sam’s songs are rooted in the energy that defines this harmonious frontier, the space that unifies the human experience in each of us. It’s the anchored spirit in this incubated territory of soul for which Sam Lewis works to celebrate and elevate with the tones of rock & roll, rhythm & blues and a country-folk muse.

After spending a nomadic youth from California to the Carolina Blue Ridge, Sam began calling Nashville, TN home in 2008. Since then he’s been joined on his journey by some of music’s most righteous and luminary figures. Most recently (and continuing into Summer 2016), he’s been a tourmate and stage collaborator of Grammy Award Winner, Chris Stapleton. It’s Stapleton who dubbed Lewis “a modern Townes Van Zandt”. Sam’s continued to also be called upon by lyrical forefathers such as John Prine and neighborhood contemporaries like Kacey Musgraves to trade verses and share their inspiration across generational lines.

While continuing to connect dots from his experiences to the perceptions of those around him with lyrical acuity, the songs of Sam Lewis remain a perpetual trip. An expedition in the sound of the mind, the sound of heart and the sound nature in which they exist. Sounds that may not have a name, but when it’s all said and done - are one in the same.

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