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“Mayday” — Sam Varga’s New Single Release Show February 3 at The Basement Nashville

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With just two short years in Nashville, Sam Varga has already established himself as a serious writer and dynamic performer. Coming up in the fast-paced punk scenes of his high school days and the Blues of Austin TX, there is an edge and energy that makes his songs stand out in Music City. He has quickly come up through the writing ranks and can frequently be seen playing staples in town such as Whiskey Jam, Buscall, and The Listening Room.

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“Erleichda” What would you like your fans to take away from this, to ‘lighten up’, in their lives as you do?

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From the #albumchallenge — why are those four albums the most influential or your favorites?

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You said that when you get writer’s block you play your favorite songs. You mentioned “Traveling Alone” as one. What other songs do you find yourself playing?

Favorite place to write songs?

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Your great uncle Kenny’s Justin boots have a very special place in your heart. Have they inspired a song?

What is one thing fans would be surprised to know about you?

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And what inspired your new song “Mayday”?

What can fans expect at your release party at the Basement Nashville?

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Reading your posts to your parents — how has your family supported your musical career?

How has your songwriting evolved from the band Scarlet Smile to your first release “Sex & Whiskey” to your latest?

Where would you recommend someone go to get a closer look or new perspective on music that is unique to Nashville?

When not songwriting, playing or listening to music, where do you like to spend time in Nashville?

What would you say to other young artists who hope to pursue a career in music?

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What’s ahead for you in 2020?

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