Posted on Monday 2nd March 2020 at 14:45
Following the release of latest record, Kill Or Be Kind, in September, Kansas City singer-songwriter Samantha Fish takes her captivating sound across the UK this week.
The LP contains “punchy horns, electric piano and tempting groove” (OffBeat) throughout and showcases exactly why she has been awarded an array of accolades – including ‘Best Modern Roots Song (for ‘Go Home’ - 2016 Independent Blues Awards), Best Blues Album (for Belle of the West - 2017 Best of the Beat Awards) and Female Blues Artist of the Year (2018 Annual Living Blues Awards) – since being crowned ‘Best New Artist Debut’ in 2012 at the Blues Music Awards.
Currently powering through an extensive tour this side of the Atlantic Ocean, Fish carries on sharing her huge sound to venues all over the country from tomorrow onwards where she heads to Gorilla. From there she heads to The Globe (Cardiff), Islington Assembly Hall, Waterfront (Norwich), Trinity Centre (Bristol) and Concorde 2 (Brighton).
Her recent setlists consist predominantly of tracks from Kill Or Be Kind, but she has also treated fans to covers from the likes of The Blue Rondos, Bukka White and Nicholas David.
Support on all dates comes from Hendrix-inspired, Swiss rock ‘n’ roll singer-songwriter Felix Rabin.
Buy final tickets for Samantha Fish here.