Lily Pearls Lounge

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An evening w/ singer-songwriter Sam Corbin

Sam Corbin is one of our favorite Americana Singer/songwriters from Michigan. With influences ranging from the thought provoking troubadours of Greenwich Village to the soul singers of Detroit, Sam writes honest and meaningful songs drawn from day to day life.  His third and most recent album titled "Let The Fire Burn Strong" released in the early winter of 2016 was named by John Bommarito (Ann Arbor's 107.1 FM) as his #1 album of 2016. 

Sam started playing guitar at 16, and shortly after graduating high school he joined a band, playing shows at local bars and coffee shops. Over the years music became his passion, his lifestyle, and his outlet for creativity. It has taken him on the road to music festivals and theatres, radio stations and television, listening rooms, and smoky bars. He has traveled and performed in many states across the East Coast, Midwest, and the South. In 2010, Sam joined the Earthwork Music Collective, a group of musicians working together to build community and self-awareness through the art of music in the state of Michigan and beyond. 

Sam plays in many configurations, and is seen often with fellow Earthwork Music artist Jen Sygit!  Together they formed the band Lincoln County Process featuring Michael Smalley, Geoff Lewis, and Mike Lynch. More recently, Sam has been promoting his latest album "Let The Fire Burn Strong" and has been bringing out his full band for shows across Michigan.  

Check out his official website for more info at www.samcorbin.com.

Lily Pearl’s Lounge is the coolest  jazz hot spot in Michigan, Lily Pearls, has world class jazz music every weekend, A great time awaits you with the from scratch creole kitchen and hand crafted cocktails, and arguably the largest selections of spirits, wine and craft beers in the state.

Reservations are highly recommended for this intimate venue.



Earlier Event: February 27
OPEN MIC
Later Event: March 1
The Randy Napoleon Quartet