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Samantha Savage Smith enraptures audience

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 The Slice had a respectable sized audience checking out Calgary singer songwriter Samantha Savage Smith and her band, March 2.Samantha Savage Smith singing laid back pop. Photo by Richard Amery
She and her band played a mellow, laid back set of ambient pop/ rock music.


 Savage, sporting, big black glasses, showed off her appealing warbling voice reminiscent of Hannah Georgas, a touch of Serena Ryder and a smattering of Feist.

  She handled the guitar and was backed by a bassist and a drummer.


 She played a lot of familiar songs the audience knew as well as some brand new songs including  a song she  tentatively called  ‘Pizza.’

Raleigh opened the show, but I unfiortunately missed their set.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 07 March 2012 12:54 )  
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