The most recent member of the quartet, Sam Dickinson is part of a new breed of Jazz guitarist in terms of openness, versatility and approach. He joined the Artie Roth Quartet quartet in 2017, playing locally and joining the group at the Nisville Jazz festival in Nis, Serbia. Dickinson has also shared the stage with Jerry Bergonzi, Jack DeJohnette, Jean- Michel Pilc, Dave Holland, Pat LaBarbara, Jimmy Heath, and Danilo Perez, to name a few. He recently recorded his debut trio recording as a leader "Donít Ask Me" with veteran drummer Terry Clarke and the brilliant Canadian bassist, Jim Vivian.

Sam Dickinson was born in Toronto, began playing guitar at the age of eight. He studied jazz during high school at the Humber College Community Music Program, followed by studies at New England Conservatory, Humber College, and McGill University. Dickinson received his Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Miami in 2019. These formative years included guitar instruction from Mick Goodrick, Lorne Lofsky, Ben Monder, Joe Morris, John Hart, Ted Quinlan, and Brad Shepik, as well as composition/arranging lessons from John Hollenbeck, Christine Jensen, and Joe Sullivan. Sam maintains an active schedule performing, composing, and teaching in the Toronto and Detroit areas.