When:April 26, 2024
Time:6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Where:eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Cost:$25plus taxes & fees

Door: 6:30 pm

Show: 7 pm

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Come join us for an intimate evening of music downstairs in the cafe at eTown Hall with Mary Flower, Sam Broussard, and special guest Nick Forster.

All Ages Welcome

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Mary Flower

The internationally renowned award-winning Portland, Oregon-based singer/guitarist/songwriter is a prodigious talent whose seasoned skills have established her as one of America’s foremost roots performers. Flower, whether on guitar or lap slide, combines a deep historical knowledge with a restless creativity that keeps her music evolving into new creative territory while echoing influences from Piedmont to the Mississippi Delta, with additional stops at ragtime, swing, folk, and hot jazz. “A national treasure in your own backyard.” -Jorma Kaukonen Flower is a renowned guitar instructor, teaching at music camps and festivals, offering lessons online and in person, and frequently crafting articles and tips as a regular contributor to Acoustic Guitar. But she cannot be narrowly defined. Livin’ with the Blues Again showcases her talents as a complete artist, deeply versed in an array of vernacular styles for which she demonstrates an abiding love that underlies her quietly jaw-dropping technique. She may not sing with the soulful grit and urgency of Rory Block, Maria Muldaur, or Bonnie Raitt, but her stylistic range is broader, approaching that of David Bromberg or Ry Cooder. What fun for those who don’t know her music to discover her here. —Acoustic Guitar Magazine

Sam Broussard

A high-wire artist on an open-tuned guitar, Sam Broussard writes and performs unforgettably cinematic songs bound by gorgeous melodies, soaring vocals and dazzling musicianship.Expect out-of-the-ordinary songwriting and hints of rhythms picked up in travels to Africa and the Philippines on Geeks, Broussard's stunning 15-song debut release. From the lush solo performance of "That's Us" through the full acoustic production of "Screws, Pins and Bolts," Geeks tells memorable tales of our neighbors, relationships and, most importantly, moments of decision. Fans of Sam's work with a range of artists (including underground band Radio Free Nashville, Sonny Landreth, Stephan Eicher, Michael Doucet, T-Mamou, Jimmy Buffett and Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys) will find Geeks headed for new territory. Broussard plays virtually all the instruments on the disc, and consistently delivers unique and evocative takes on the lives he chronicles. As a solo performer, Broussard effectively translates the album's full production to a single low-tuned guitar and his powerful vocal attack. In the words of acclaimed artists Pete & Maura Kennedy, "Sam is a unique new voice on the scene. Great songwriting, great vocals, great guitar. These songs are highly personal, but grow from the deepest roots of American music."