Trop Rock Music Association Nominee and Winner, Sam Rainwater will be performing at the San Carlos Country Club on Monday, April 9, 16, 23 and May 14, 21, 28 at 5:00pm.
Come hear Sam play originals from his Nashville-produced albums including his newest CD, “Cheaper Than Ice”, plus many of your beach favorites. Enjoy Sam’s “MexiTropAholic” style, a cold drink and a beautiful beach view.
All MUSIC Proceeds, Tips, CD Sales to Castaway Kids!
Sam Rainwater Annual Special Events:
Christmas Carol Sing Along, December 22, 2018: Sing along to your favorite Christmas carols with Sam Rainwater and Susan King (on Steel Drums) on Saturday, December 22 from 4:00pm – 6:00pm, at Shots Bar, Club & Restaurant. This fun evening is a fundraiser for Castaway Kids. Sing Along Song Books provided.
Sam Rainwater Celebrates New Year’s 1 day early, December 30, 2018: Join Sam Rainwater one day early to celebrate New Year’s Eve Eve on Sunday, December 30 from 4:00pm to 7:00pm at HammerHead’s Dockside Bar & Grille. Because 1 day of celebration just isn’t enough! HammerHead’s will have food and drink specials. All music proceeds will be donated to Castaway Kids.
- 2016: Cheaper Than Ice
- 2013: Can You Not Hear Me Now. 2 songs from this album were in the Top 20 on Beach Front Radio in 2013.
- 2011: Dressing For Life
- 2009: Vacation Location. Sam’s 1st Nashville produced album “Vacation Location” was key in Sam being nominated for the Trop Rock Horizon Award in 2011. It features 17 original Trop Rock songs. Michael Lopez of the Phoenix New Times says “this album screams Parrot Head, and the music sure as hell didn’t disappoint”.
During the winter months, Sam plays in sunny San Carlos Mexico (at the Country Club, La Palapa Griega, Soggy Peso, HammerHead’s), and during the summer, he plays gigs around the US. If you’d like to book a concert by Sam, visit him online or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-831-7286, 602-339-4655 (cell). Sam loves to play for live audiences and welcomes invitations to play at House Concerts and “Beach Friendly” Bars and Venues across the country – all for charity.
Sam’s charitable work earned him the 2012 TRMA “I Can” Award for community service. Sam writes and plays all of his music with a purpose, donating 100% of his music income to charity and then doubling those donations through a match from his consulting company SunTronics Inc.