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Sam Barnett is a young musician based in south London. He plays a Trevor James Signature Custom Raw alto sax sponsored by the EMI Music Sound Foundation and currently performs with the Tomorrow’s Warriors Junior Band at the Southbank Centre. He has just turned 13 years old and got his first sax at age 7. Sam won the Mayor of London's GIGS youth category in 2013


HI all, and happy new year!

2013 was a huge year for me with winning the Mayor of London Big Busk and lots of performing including playing on Jazz FM and happy that I got a distinction in my ABRSM Grade 8 Saxophone as well. So now i’m making music at home, working on some grooves in Ableton and playing over them using my new clip-on mic. I’ll be posting some tracks online in the future. 

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At the King’s Cross Square opening carnival..

Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival

Last week played at the Imperial Wharf Jazz Festival in Chelsea. I did 3 short sets and thoroughly enjoyed it. Good to catch the other bands and the audience was very friendly. Thanks for inviting me!


The standard of the finalists was incredibly high, making it a Herculean task for the judges to select the young winner. It underlines the amazing talent there is in London and I wish big success to Sam and everyone that took part.

Mayor of London
Boris Johnson

- To read the full News Shopper article click>

On stage and after with the Judges winning the youth category at the Mayor London GIGS Big Busk 2013. Thanks so much for everyone who supported me with this!

Frank Mead and me..
Thanks for the Rock’n’Roll - you’re a legend Frank! 

Frank Mead and me..

Thanks for the Rock’n’Roll - you’re a legend Frank! 

This was me in the London Evening Standard yesterday!!Fri 30th August 2013

This was me in the London Evening Standard yesterday!!

Fri 30th August 2013

Last week Jazz FM DJ Nigel Williams spotted me playing a Mayor of London Gigs session at Victoria station. He invited me over to the studios and recorded me for a future programme aired on Saturday 17th August 2013. Thanks Nigel!