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The Summer can’t get much hotter then this one. Samantha Fish Live at the 26th Annual High Sierra Music Festival in Quincy, CA over 4th of July Weekend. The complete schedule has been posted here: www.highsierramusic.com/daily-schedule/ Make sure to get your High Sierra passes right away…there are just a few days left to get the best deal on 4-day passes–prices go up $20 on Tuesday, 5/17. Get your tickets here>> goo.gl/KNPSVd
Samantha Fishes version of I PUT A SPELL ON YOU video has now been shared by the very popular Canadian group Walk Off of the Earth on Facebook and it’s up to 5,319,024 Views on the bands FaceBook page.
Below, check out a 2014 clip of Fish performing Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs” at Callahan’s Music Hall. That’s Scot Sutherland on bass and Go-Go Ray on drums
Smoke curls around Christmas decorations still hanging in late January inside the Hide Out, a bar at the end of a Gladstone strip mall.
The high ceiling and exposed beams do little to muffle the din of phlegmy coughs and Miller High Life-flavored chatter on this frigid night. Still, about half the crowd is transfixed by the wholesome-looking young woman tearing into a cover of B.B. King’s “Something on Your Mind.” A red-faced man in a puffy Mizzou jacket stands and points directly at her, midsong. He yells, “She’s good!”
“I don’t know if I have necessarily carved out my own niche yet, but I’m starting to get a loyal fanbase,” Samantha Fish says on a Thursday afternoon in May at Hannibal’s Waldo Bar on Wornall Road, where she plays weekly blues jams. The sessions, which are often standing-room-only, are led by Fish and her bandmates, drummer Danny Montero and bassist Paul Greenlease.
In a genre where legends wail scorching melodies past the age of 80, the 21-year-old Fish is still a kid. But the bubbly, slender blonde, who has been playing guitar for six years, is taking the Kansas City blues scene by the balls. Fish’s sultry voice and rootsy, groove-oriented sound aren’t quite Delta, Chicago or KC in style but an amalgamation, with room for Tom Waits, Cedric Burnside and Lightnin’ Malcolm.