Little Village Live Audio: Sam Knutson 2/16/2011

Sam Knutson joined Little Village Live at Public Space One on February 16 for a solo set on acoustic guitar. Broadcast live on KRUI 89.7FM, the episode featured a lively dialogue with the crowd and a mix of Sam’s favorite covers and original songs. Stream or save the performance mp3 here.

You can also subscribe to the Little Village Live as a podcast in iTunes or another player via Feedburner.

Sam Knutson
Image by Lisa Stark, Little Village Live Event Coordinator

Join us at PS1 for the next Little Village Live performance this Wednesday,  March 2nd at 5PM with guest Head for the Hills.

Previously on Little Village Live:
Liberty Leg
Douglas Kramer Nye
Peter Wolf Crier

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