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


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+.