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Sam Frazier Thur 9/26 7:30 pm $10/$12

Tickets
$10 advance
$12 door

GREENSBORO’S SAM FRAZIER 
BRINGS HIS ORIGINAL 
AMERICANA COUNTRY FOLK MUSIC 
TO BLACK MOUNTAIN

Piedmont Guitarist, Pianist & Bassist Has Opened For Joan Armatrading, 
The Neville Brothers, America & The Funky Meters


 Sam Frazier, a popular singer/songwriter who has gained a loyal following in the Piedmont region with his original Americana country folk style of music, will perform at White Horse Black Mountain on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets for are priced at $10 in advance and $12 the day of the event . Doors open at 7 p.m. For more information, call 828-669-0816 or go to www.whitehorseblackmountain.com.

Farmer, a guitarist, pianist and bassist who hails from Greensboro, N.C., has released two solo CDs (Half a Million Years and Sam Frazier). He was a member of the band Tornado with whom he released a LP record album (First Alert) and a CD (When a Breeze Breaks Your Bones).
  
Sam has also performed and recorded with Martha Bassett (The Goodbye Party, Magnificat, Mortal Flesh), The Piedmont Songbag (Try and Spread Some Cheer), Bruce Piephoff (Hamburger Square, The Chestnut Tree, Clockwork), Buddha Hat, Lisa Dames, The Numbers, The Prizzi’s House Band, The Sky Kings, Mary Lyon (Hopscotch) and The Hall Monitors
He has opened shows for Joan Armatrading, The Neville Brothers, America, The Funky Meters, The Duhks, The Del McCrory Band, The Atlanta Rhythm Section, Eric Church, Craig Morgan, Root Boy Slim and others.

White Horse Black Mountain (105 Montreat Rd.) is a 215-seat music and arts venue that has staged more than 2,500 concerts and other events during its 10-year history. It offers state- of-the-art sound, cabaret-style (table) seating, and bar/concession area that serves beer, wine, Kombucha, Shanti Elixers, soft drinks and snacks.