Samuel Tyrone Cotton is a singer, songwriter, and guitarist from Louisville, Kentucky. Playing music since his early 20s, Cotton draws on the influence of a wide range of blues, folk, and rock greats — from BB King (the first artist he saw in concert) to Jerry Garcia, Bob Dylan, and Jimi Hendrix. For his latest project, Tyrone has ventured to Woodstock, New York, along with the talented production team of Josh Kaufman (Bob Weir, Craig Finn, Dear Georgiana, David Wax Museum, Josh Ritter, Caitlin Demarrais, and Balthrop, Alabama) and Ray Rizzo (Bob Weir, Yo Yo Ma, Doveman, Trixie Whitley, Glen Hansard, Days Of The New, Dawn Landes) to craft a career-defining record. The gang stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn, to give us a look at what they have in store for these recordings.
Tyrone Cotton is currently working on a full length LP.
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