Samantha Fish’s new album, “Chills & Fever,” is a departure from her usual bluesy style. “When I started singing, I fell in love with soul singers,” she says. … It’s another kind of music I’ve loved and been interested in.”
Samantha Fish’s new album, “Chills & Fever,” is a departure from her usual bluesy style. “When I started singing, I fell in love with soul singers,” she says. … It’s another kind of music I’ve loved and been interested in.” Submitted
Samantha Fish’s new album, “Chills & Fever,” is a departure from her usual bluesy style. “When I started singing, I fell in love with soul singers,” she says. … It’s another kind of music I’ve loved and been interested in.” Submitted
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Timothy Finn blogs about Kansas City's music scene

Samantha Fish immersed herself in Detroit, old-school R&B and rock for her new album

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