Saturday, October 26, Sam Baker

Sam Baker’s songs evoke a wistfulness and melancholy that takes the listener to a place that might be uncomfortable at times, but touches your heart at all times ”

— Bill Bowker, KRSH Radio

We're out of seats for this show, but we can put you on a waiting list for cancellations. 

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A Sam Baker show is a celebration. Some songs tell of everyday people who survive life’s daily challenges; others are stories of growing up in a small Texas prairie town. In 1986 Sam got in the middle of someone else’s war. When a terrorist bomb exploded in his train car, he went from being a young, healthy, tourist enjoying Peru with friends to a broken man surrounded by death and dying. Given his injuries, he too should have died. But through a series of miracles and coincidences he survived.  

Sam feels compelled to tell his story—through his music, art, or any means possible—to one person at a time, or to thousands from a festival stage.