Versatile roots rock guitarist Samantha Fish impressed industry professionals as a teenager before scoring her first Billboard blues number one in her mid-twenties. That was with her third solo studio album, the Luther Dickinson-produced Wild at Heart (2015). She went to number one again with Belle of the West (2017) and Kill or Be Kind (2019). Her seventh studio long-player, 2021's Faster, saw her backed by members of the Vandals and the Last Bandoleros. Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Fish grew up in a musical family with a variety of genres, including a steady diet of classic rock radio. Her father played guitar and would sometimes jam with friends at their home. Young Samantha started out as a drummer but switched to guitar at the age of 15. As a teen, she would sneak into local blues landmark the Knuckleheads Saloon to ...
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