Saturday Sessions: Bahamas performs “Trick To Happy”

Born near Toronto, singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen taught himself guitar — and recorded his debut album in rural Ontario. Taking the name Bahamas, his 2018 collection “Earthtones” earned him both a Grammy nod and a Canadian Juno Award for Adult Alternative Album of the Year, his second award in that category. A fifth collection, “Sad Hunk,” came out in October. Bahamas joins “CBS This Morning: Saturday” along with The 400 Unit to perform “Trick To Happy.”

Afie Jurvanen – guitar, vocals
Sadler Vaden – guitar
Jimbo Hart – bass
Derry DeBorja – keyboards
Chad Gamble – drums
Dan Knobler – guitar, music director
Engineered by Louis Remenapp (Nashville), Franc Lopes (Halifax)
Produced and Mixed by Robbie Lackritz
Creative Director Jason Levangie
Shot by Tim Mombourquette, James Weems, and Glen Rose
Edited by Keith Megna

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