Sam Bush looked like the happiest man in the world while performing on stage at the 2013 Beartrap Summer Festival. It is apparent that Bush loves what he does, and keeps the fun flowing in full force. The entire set, Bush was all smiles and laughter. It is humbling to see such an accomplished musician keeping it real in the way that Sam Bush does.
Sam Bush typically keeps things up tempo. For this tune Bush decided to slow things down to perform a song song he had written with a friend. The song appeared to have a deep connection with Bush. The crowd got onto their feet and slow danced as Bush smoothly sang. Bush is a man of many talents and can produce a great time, no matter the tempo.
Sunday night headliner and 2013 Beartrap Summer Festival closing act, Sam Bush, showcases why he is known as "The King Of Telluride". Bush has been honored by the Americana Music Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association. Bush proved that he deserves every bit of recognition that he has gotten, and will continue to get.
"Sam Bush is a Bluegrass institution." A true statement, but possibly a misleading one.
You can call him Mr Entertainment, the King Of Telluride, The Father of Newgrass, but the title of "Lynn's husband" is the one that means the most to him. Sam Bush joins us for the Beartrap Summer Festival on Sunday August 4th and he is one of the most sought after bluegrass or "newgrass" players out there...
The year was 1952, in Bowling Green, Kentucky - a child was born that would end up changing the face of American Bluegrass. His name was Sam Bush.
Townsquare Media Casper announces another year of fun and excitement with Rodney Crowell and Sam Bush as the two headline acts for the 19th annual Beartrap Summer Festival!
Grammy Award winning multi-instrumentalist Sam Bush doesn't seem old enough to be a musical legend. And he's not. But he is. Alternately known as the King of Telluride and the King of Newgrass, Bush has been honored by the Americana Music Association and the International Bluegrass Music Association.