Sam Outlaw

with Lydia Luce
Sunday, August 20, 2017 - 5:00pm


Sam Outlaw

Outlaw is a southern Californian singer-songwriter steeped in the music and mythos of west coast country, absorbing the classic vibes of everything from '60s Bakersfield honky-tonk to '70s Laurel Canyon troubadour pop and refashioning them into a sound that's pleasurably past, present and future tense. “I've made it a personal mission to remind people how great country music is,” he says. “And specifically, I want to remind them that Southern California has a really rich history with country music. Even though there hasn't been a scene here for a long time, there has been a noticeable resurgence. If I can be involved in some kind of revival in the spirit of this music, that would make me very proud.”

Lydia Luce

Lydia Luce graduated from Berklee College of Music and has a Masters Degree from UCLA in viola performance. As an independent Americana singer/songwriter/violist she is leveraging those tools to enhance her songwriting on both viola and guitar. Her lyrically moving and professionally architected music derives deep roots from personal family, love and life experiences and she is beginning to make a mark in her new home of Los Angeles. Luce is currently touring to promote her first record “The Tides.”

These shows are free (donation based) and seating is General Admission except for the reserved VIP seats.  Donation boxes will be at the venue.  Proceeds go to the artists and the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy VIP Seats include a reserved seat in the amphitheatre plus a wine and cheese reception before the show.