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Born and raised in the hills of western Kentucky in the town of Paducah, Sam Hadfield was, at an early age, imbued with a strong sense of family and hard work. Around the age of eighteen Sam began writing songs inspired by the music his father had given him. Folk singers like John Prine, Guy Clark, and Bob Dylan told a complex story in a plain-spoken language with which a boy from the country could identify.
While attending college in Louisville, Kentucky Sam released his first EP, “Brook Street”, a collection of songs inspired by leaving what you know in attempt to discover who it is you want to be. His song “New Orleans” received regular airplay on WFPK’s Radio Louisville.
After “passing” college, Sam followed his muse all the way down to Austin, TX, to soak up the rich musical history and further pursue his life of writing and singing songs. His newest album, a full-length LP entitled, “Livin’ With Free Livin’ On My Mind” is set for release this summer.