Sammy Flow at Havana New Hope

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Date(s) - 01/24/2015
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm



Sammy Flow at Havana New Hope

‘An Evening with SAMMY FLOW’ 8PM $10.00
8:00 PM – 10:00 PM  Jan 24, 2015



‘An Evening with SAMMY FLOW’



Limited Reserved Table, Bar Stool and Chair.

With a style that falls somewhere between contemporary pop and jazz-infused R&B Sammy Flow is making moves, and  a unique contender for fearless new sound.

Since the release of his Debut Album in March,  Sammy Flow’s fan base  has exploded into regions spanning across the globe.  This year opening for national acts, Robert Randolph and The Family Band and for super-group “ASIA” on September 26th, Flow was a top-five finalist in SingerUniverse Magazine, Best Vocalist Contest, and will be performing at the 2014 TCS New York City  Marathon (the worlds largest) on November 2nd.

Sammy Flow has also begun collaborating on special projects for Film/TV with gold and platinum record producer, Tommy Marolda, who says of Flow, “Sammy is amazing!  What a joy to work with someone this talented.”  Marolda is well known for his work on The Expendables, the Rocky franchise, and with musical aficionados The Killers, Rod Stewart, Cher and Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), to name a select few.

Flow’s talent for style and delivery have become a signature trademark. He performs with his band of stellar musicians, Kevin Bene, Sax; Dan Jefferson, Drums;, Barry Cary, Bass Guitar and Derek Munro, Electric Guitar.

Sammy Flow’s album is currently in rotation on Pandora Radio and available to download on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and with numerous other digital distributors. You can listen to Sammy Flow’s music or watch live videos of him performing at ( Stay current with upcoming shows and the latest on his 12-song album scheduled to release at “Winterfest 2015”   You can follow Sammy Flow  on Twitter @SammyFlowtown and by liking him on Facebook

Sammy Flow organized his first band at age 12, and as a young songwriter soon evolved into his first original rock band, Even The Odds, playing school events and teen venues, reaching all the way to  NYC’s Bitter End in Greenwich Village by his sophomore year. Even The Odds quickly became Flow’s first platform by which people began to take note of his extraordinary abilities, not just as a singer but also as a talented songwriter.

After graduating high school Flow moved into the popular world of hip-hop, growing his fan base and producing four albums.  He had fun with the genre for about five years,  performing at colleges and universities in the Northeast and, at times taking stage on roofs at  house parties –before moving forward and developing his current contemporary style. As he says about those days, “That’s how I got the name ‘Sammy Flow.’ My real name is Sam Mohl.” Havana Ticket Line 215-862-1933 No Refunds on Ticket Sales

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Charlie Sahner

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