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All the way from Portland, USA, Samuel James is a jaw-dropping guitarist. He's part Tom Waits, part James Brown and part Mississippi John Hurt: one of the new breed of old-time American musicians reinventing the blues.
Hot on the heels of his tour in Portugal, you'll hear previews from his new, subscriber-only album (his fourth now). Famed for his intense versions of blues classics by Skip James and Son House, his own songs are witty and irreverent, delving into the on-body percussive guitar techniques of players like Andy McKee.
"All muscles, model good looks, tattoos, and sepia-tinted pouting... if the Wu Tang Clan covered Robert Johnson it may sound a bit like this."— Americana UK
Support from London's very own
slide-guitar genius Garry 'Slide Guy' Smith