Sam Ravenna is slated to perform at the Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy on Oct. 24. His new album Fragile picks up where his self-titled EP left off, diving deeper into the world that drives Ravenna as an artist. On the new album he explores themes of the fragility and fluid nature of life. Through life’s challenges, injuries, a mental health breakdown at the age of 22, he muses on his amazement of human resilience and how we can adapt, grow and change through life’s ups and downs. The new album, a testament to Ravenna’s artistic nature, illustrate his experiences of life lived, and loves found and lost, all laid out for the world to absorb. Fragile is due out Oct. 19 and will be available everywhere.

Ravenna crashed onto the scene in 2017 with his self-titled debut EP which was hailed by the Tahoe Weekly, ”a clear statement of an artist intent on breaking new ground.” The Berklee College of Music graduate and Lake Tahoe based musician, Sam Ravenna, has spent the bigger part of the last decade as aside man for many artists including Eric Lindell, Cas Haley, Tubby love, and Peter Joseph Burtt & The Kingtide.

Ravenna hits the road this fall in support of his new album. He will be opening for New Orleans soul-man and Alligator Records artist Eric Lindell, and will be accompanying Lindell’s band with bass and vocals. Ravenna’s solo opening sets of acoustic guitar and voice allow for a more intimate experience of his voice and songs.

Via Press Release

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