|17th March 2022|
1 Summerhall , Edinburgh South EH9 1PL
£14 + bf
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Born in 1981 and raised in Vermont by folk-musician parents, Sam Amidon sings and plays fiddle, banjo, and guitar.
With his self-titled seventh album, Amidon returns to the vast reservoir of folk music with fresh energy and a renewed enthusiasm for texture, facilitated by the creative leap of 2017’s The Following Mountain.
Age Group: 16+ (under 18s accompanied)
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