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Sam Roberts Band

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Itunes live from Montreal-S Roberts Band

Sam Roberts is great. Sam Roberts live is sublime. This album is worth the time and money, easy.
Seriously though Sam, producing and releasing a live album (recorded in your home city) while your fans are dying for a real Collider Show? Bread and butter?

Excellent.

Sam Roberts is awesome.

If your a fan, you need this on your everday playlist!

Saw these guys live in collingwood ontario, waddup canada, and they were unreal, his voices has just matured over every record, the sax adds a sex appeal to the overall sound....unreal album and unreal live performance! keepin it canadian!!

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Canadian singer/songwriter Sam Roberts released his first true debut in 2002, following a popular demo he had made in Montreal. Before that, he had been a violin player who eventually moved on to guitar and started a rock band with his friends. After getting a bit of coverage on MuchMusic, they decided to try their luck in Los Angeles. The band didn't get any positive reactions from record labels and disbanded in 1998, but that didn't stop Roberts from going back to Canada and beginning to write...
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iTunes Live from Montreal, Sam Roberts Band
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  • $7.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Oct 24, 2011

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