Samantha Fish
Sam's searing lead guitar style, great voice, and legit dues-paying years on the KC jam circuit have paid off in spades as her rapidy-expanding fan-base will attest.
Plus: The Buddy McEarns Band

For Fans of: Rhiannon Giddens, Muddy Magnolias, Amy Winehouse

Sounds Like: The intersection of coffee-shop folk and juke-joint blues, performed in a sophisticated jazz club

 Raised in Kansas City by a father who played guitar and a mother who sang in the church choir, Samantha Fish was steeped in roots music from a young age. Learning the drums and later guitar, she cut her teeth playing local blues jams, where she developed a reputation as a serious blues guitarist. Her second solo LP, Wild Heart, topped Billboard‘s blues chart in 2015, and this year Fish released a pair of albums showcasing different sides of her talents, beginning with Chills & Fever, a covers collection of obscure R&B. Earlier this month, she dropped Belle of the West, which reunited her with Wild Heart producer Luther Dickinson of North Mississippi Allstars. Like that album, it debuted at Number One on the blues chart


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