The Samuel Edgar Band formed in Denver, CO in March 2013. Equal parts folk, country, rock, funk, punk, reggae and blues, The Samuel Edgar Band creates thought-provoking music of a broad appeal. The band got its start as a three-piece, with Samuel Edgar (vocals, guitar), Neil Dreger (bass, vocals), and Ari Rubinstein (drums, vocals). They played short sets with Follies Voudou, a variety show hosted by Denver burlesque personality Frenchie Renard. In the fall of 2013 the band released “Hatchet,” a six song, self-recorded and engineered EP of original songs. At the “Hatchet” release show at Denver’s Hi-Dive, Emily Cooper (percussion, vocals) joined the band and began her integration into the group. In Fall 2014, The Samuel Edgar Band released “Up To The Sky,” a seven song self-recorded EP of original songs. In July, 2017, TSEB released their first full length album, "The Window," a 14 song journey through years of life.