This week on Art of the Song we welcome Sam Baker. Recorded live at Woody Fest in front of an audience of his fans, Sam talked with us about his creative point of view which is at once hilarious and tragic. Sam’s ability to create songs of hope and transformation in the face of everyday tragedies is highlighted by his spare, carefully considered lyric writing and guitar playing. Sam’s turns away from no image, shedding light in dark places to show the humanity that connects us all. [Visit Sam's website]

ON Art of the Song | August 26, 2012 | 7:00 am

Sam Baker

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This week on Art of the Song we welcome Sam Baker. Recorded live at Woody Fest in front of an audience of his fans, Sam talked with us about his creative point of view which is at once hilarious and tragic. Sam’s ability to create songs of hope and transformation in the face of everyday tragedies is highlighted by his spare, carefully considered lyric writing and guitar playing. Sam’s turns away from no image, shedding light in dark places to show the humanity that connects us all. [Visit Sam's website]

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