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Sam Outlaw

Supported by Sarah Munro
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“On the cusp of music stardom”

Los Angeles Times

Since the release of his 2015 debut Angeleno, Sam Outlaw remains one of Los Angeles’ only modern country singers to earn international acclaim.

With his follow-up Tenderheart he shows an impressive refinement of his artistic identity. Sonically, the album elaborates on his SoCal Country sound: a sun-bleached, Baja-influenced twang that deftly points to country’s neo-traditionalists and LA’s legendary singersongwriters, while thematically, it’s a thesis on self-discovery and the power of love.

http://www.samoutlaw.com/

Supported by Sarah Munro

There’s some real raw talent here! Expecting big things from her in the future” - the words of Jamie Cullum after hearing 21 year old singer-songwriter and guitarist, Sarah Munro. With a delicate songbird’s voice reminiscent of Eva Cassidy and Katie Melua, Sarah's music has been championed by legendary lyricist Don Black and BBC Radio 2 presenters Jamie Cullum and Michael Ball. In 2016, Sarah released her debut album 'Say Hello To You', featuring 10 original songs and a stunning rendition of the classic 'Autumn Leaves'. In 2017, Sarah performed headline sets at Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Cornbury Festival and a sold-out show at Soho's PizzaExpress Jazz Club. She also supported Paul Carrack on his 24-date UK tour playing in prestigious venues, including the London Palladium and Birmingham Symphony Hall For more information about Sarah, please visit her website.  Sarah is performing on Saturday 14 April in Stage 2 at The Stables, click here for more information.

www.sarahmunromusic.com/

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