Tag Archives: Sam Cassidy

Article – The Almighty American

By Thomas Rehbein

With various singer-songwriters regularly sprouting up in Our Land of Great Lakes, it’s easy to pass many of them up, lest they were at least semi-famous front persons in a former life. Every now and again, though, one shines through beckoning to be heard. Continue reading

Review – Sam Cassidy – Sam Cassidy and the Red Daughters Band EP

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Rebecca Marx, Photo Credit Ben Madison

Just like you, my inbox is cause to many mixed feelings. In between the ads and the endless backlog of things that I admittedly may never get to, there hides gems. Continue reading

Sam Cassidy Video Release

Sam Cassidy is a genuine, everyday guy with a unique brand of blue-collar rock that is irresistibly likable. He’s endearing and introspective and his debut full-length, “Debt,” is littered with golden melodies that hit the spot. The buzzy rocker is slightly twangy, mostly Americana, and certainly charming. His pull-yourself-up-by-your-bootstraps everyman’s music is supported by a “sprawling” live band and also earned him a slot as one of First Avenue’s Best New Bands of 2014. Joining him at the Turf Club will be special guests Actual Wolf and Romantica. Friday, January 15, 2016. 8:00pm. $10.00. 21+.