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Elwood’s Blues Breaker: Samantha Fish “Turn It Up”

When Samantha Fish was just 15, she started eavesdropping on touring blues players in the famous Kansas City venue, Knuckleheads Saloon.  When she turned 18, she joined them onstage. When Samantha was just 20 she self-produced her first album.  When she was 22, she won the Blues Music Award for Best New Artist.  Samantha Fish’s latest is called WILD HEART.  She is 26. It is a roots rock record you could say.  Down and dirty, might be the word. Produced by Luther Dickinson, and backed by legendary drummer Brady Blades, North Mississippi guitar man, Lightnin’ Malcolm, and recorded in Memphis, and Coldwater Tennessee.  This is hardcore. Samantha Fish and “Turn It Up.”

Check it Out This Weekend on Elwood’s BluesMobile Radio Hour

AIR DATES: DECEMBER 5-6, 2015

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