Multi Grammy Award Winner and Father of Newgrass, Sam Bush, is performing at the Colonial, joined by special guests Rev Tor & Friends (featuring Mark Mercier of Max Creek).
Sam Bush is a legendary bluegrass musician, known for his virtuosic skills on the mandolin, fiddle and guitar. With a career spanning over four decades, Bush has become a true icon of the genre, inspiring countless musicians with his innovative playing style and infectious energy on stage. From his early days playing with New Grass Revival to his work as a solo artist, Bush has always pushed the boundaries of traditional bluegrass, incorporating elements of rock, jazz and even reggae into his music.
Fans of bluegrass and acoustic music can’t miss the opportunity to see Sam Bush perform live. His concerts are always high-energy affairs, with Bush and his bandmates delivering lightning-fast instrumentals and soulful vocal harmonies. Whether he’s playing classics like “Old Joe Clark” or original tunes like “Howlin’ at the Moon,” Bush’s music is sure to leave audiences spellbound. With his easygoing stage presence and witty banter between songs, Bush makes every show feel like a special occasion.
His extensive discography includes solo albums, collaborations with other musicians, and live recordings, each showcasing a different facet of his talent. And with his ongoing commitment to pushing the boundaries of bluegrass and acoustic music, there’s no telling where Sam Bush’s music will take him next. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a newcomer to the genre, Sam Bush is a musician that deserves your attention.