Curveballs 6th June 2018 (with Sam Callahan)

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Tonight I was joined in the studio by Brentwood’s own Sam Callahan. Sam may be familiar to many of you as a contestant on the X Factor in 2013 (shortly after he first performed for us at one of our Brentwood Centre gigs, no less!), but has certainly proved himself as no flash in the TV talent show pan, with regular appearances on the gig circuit across the UK and overseas. His latest single Say Something is out now, and we were treated to two new versions of the track tonight alongside a live session. Click above to listen back to the interview (at around 00:30) in which Sam discusses life after the X Factor as well as his plans for a busy summer of live shows. Find him on Twitter and Facebook.

Click below to see him playing live in the studio:

Maximo Park – Going Missing

Sonic Boom Six – The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Inventions

Youth Club – The Man That I Am

Talia Dean – Standing Alone

The Main Grains – The Rain is Over Now

Lisa Wright – Tennessee

High/Low – No Parachute

Jodie Abacus – Save the World

Sam Callahan – Say Something

 

SAM CALLAHAN IN THE STUDIO

Anne-Marie – 2002

Sam Callahan – Shut Up & Dance (Walk The Moon cover) (live in session)

Sam Callahan – Say Something (Fonc Belago Remix)

Ed Sheeran – Shape of You

Sam Calllahan – Stand By Me / Beautiful Girls (Ben E. King / Sean Kingston cover) (live in session)

Gregor Coleman – Too Good to Me

Sam Callahan – Say Something (Acoustic)

 

The Silver Bayonets – Suffocating Me

Muertos – Suck It Up

Different People – Best Before / Used By

Sun Arcana – When I Turn Cold

A – If It Ain’t Broke, Fix It Anyway

Darrah – Another

Lizz Fields – I Gotta Go

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About Nick Field

DJ. Gig goer. Loud voice. Survivor of both R&B and heavy metal phases, although both often threaten to make a comeback. Host of Curveballs, every Wednesday between 8-10pm on Phoenix FM, featuring the many styles & faces of the local Essex scene & scenes from around the world.