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Red Sammy

Red Sammy

Jun 29th 2018 @ WTJU (Lambeth Live) Charlottesville, VA

Charlottesville, VA
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About Red Sammy
Genres:
Americana, Folk, Roots, Independent
Band Members:
Current and past musicians who have performed with Red Sammy include: Adam Trice (acoustic guitar, vocals, electric guitar), Greg Humphreys (bass, Bruce Elliott (electric guitar), Ryan Bowen (drums), John Decker (1933 National resonator guitar), Theron Melchior (bass, saw), Tony Calato (drums), Julia Oat-Judge (cello), Eric Evitts (drums), Josh Weiss (electric guitar), Katie Field (bass, vocals), Nick Sjostrom (drums)
Hometown:
Baltimore, MD

In 2007, local Baltimore songwriter, Adam Trice, founded Red Sammy, which he describes as a “graveyard country band.” The band name, a reference to Flannery O’Connor’s st...
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Lambeth Live
Friday, June 29th, 2018
8:00 PM
WTJU (Lambeth Live) Charlottesville, VA
969 2nd St SE, Charlottesville, VA 22902
Lambeth Live invites a different musical group from around Central Virginia into your home each Friday night for an hour long concert live from the WTJU studios at Lambeth Commons at the University of Virginia. There will be Classical, Blues, Folk, Jazz, Rock, World and more. So gather round each Friday night from 8 til 9 for Lambeth Live, right here on WTJU Charlottesville, truly the sound choice in Central Virginia!
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About Red Sammy
Genres:
Americana, Folk, Roots, Independent
Band Members:
Current and past musicians who have performed with Red Sammy include: Adam Trice (acoustic guitar, vocals, electric guitar), Greg Humphreys (bass, Bruce Elliott (electric guitar), Ryan Bowen (drums), John Decker (1933 National resonator guitar), Theron Melchior (bass, saw), Tony Calato (drums), Julia Oat-Judge (cello), Eric Evitts (drums), Josh Weiss (electric guitar), Katie Field (bass, vocals), Nick Sjostrom (drums)
Hometown:
Baltimore, MD

In 2007, local Baltimore songwriter, Adam Trice, founded Red Sammy, which he describes as a “graveyard country band.” The band name, a reference to Flannery O’Connor’s st...
Read More