Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Naim Amor Pumps Up the Volume on the Newest T-Town Sessions Video

Posted By on Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 1:02 PM

click to enlarge Naim Amor turns it up for his T-Town Sessions performance. - COURTESY OF T-TOWN SESSIONS
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  • Naim Amor turns it up for his T-Town Sessions performance.

Well, Abril Castillo, St. Cecilia Studios and Cloud Microphones are at it again. The folks that make up the T-Town Sessions team just released the first in a new series of locally-made live music videos. Since the videos are recorded downtown in a professional studio by professional videographers, you can expect another crop of visually and aurally beautiful videos showcasing the town's top talent. 

First up in this round of videos is Tucson-by-way-of-France singer-songwriter Naim Amor. While Amor is typically known for his romantic, delicate chanson, the video for "Woman" shows a hard-rocking, jammy side of Amor, embellished by a full band, that showcases just what this local musician is capable of. Prepare to have the video looping on YouTube all day.


Next up in this series of four will be Pork Torta, Aztral Folk and Copper & Congress. You can also catch Amor tonight live on The Coronet patio (402 E. Ninth St.) for free, with half-off bottles of wine. 

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