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Samantha Stroh - Samantha Stroh (2014)

26-12-2014, 18:26
Music | Country

Samantha Stroh - Samantha Stroh (2014)

Artist: Samantha Stroh
Title Of Album: Samantha Stroh
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Country
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 24:39
Total Size: 57 Mb

1. Spitfire (3:08)
2. Bareback (3:36)
3. Wild Goose Chase (2:41)
4. Slim Pickins (2:39)
5. Georgia Off My Mind (5:29)
6. He Likes My Biscuits (Unplugged Sessions) (3:21)
7. Love Me (Acoustic Bonus Track) (3:43)

Born and raised in Marietta, Georgia, the hometown of Travis Tritt and Confederate Railroad, Samantha Stroh has been singing country music since she was 13 years old. As she says, "My parents used to sneak me backstage where ever they could, and my dad would talk the band into letting me sing a few with them. My first performance with a live band was in front of about 500 people at Cowboys Dancehall." It quickly became a passion and calling for Samantha.

Just like many young female singers, she's weathered the storm of bad business deals with shady businessmen along the way. From those experiences she's developed a mature business sense. "My parents are small business owners. They are carpenters who are hands on in their day to day careers. One of the many things I've learned from them is that there's no substitute for hard work and to believe none of what you hear and half of what you see!" Understanding the importance of a good education, she maintained straight A's and was voted Miss Pope High School her senior year.

After graduating high school, Samantha decided to pursue music full-time. She joined an established local cover band as the lead singer and started taking guitar lessons to become a better well rounded artist. "I started out on the mandolin, but from the moment my teacher put a guitar in my hand that was it. I wrote my first song shortly after." She began playing writers’ rounds, open mics, and co-writing with local artists. At 19, she took her three best original songs to Nashville and recorded a demo with James Otto’s band who, at the time, was signed to Warner Music Nashville. Those songs received regular airplay on Atlanta's top country station 94.9, The Bull's local program, Backyard Country. Using momentum from radio airplay, Samantha decided to start her own band playing locally and throughout the Southeast. She tried out and won the Texaco Country Showdown (formerly known as the Colgate Country Showdown), for the state of Georgia and lower Alabama only to get beaten out in the Southeast regionals by the eventual grand prize winner.

Playing venues all over the Southeast from smaller clubs like Peachtree Tavern and The Hard Rock to major venues like Wild Bills and Aaron’s Amphitheatre, Samantha has shared the stage opening for several major country acts. Some of those include Joe Nichols, Gary Allan, Terri Clark, Restless Heart, Trace Adkins, Gretchen Wilson, The Band Perry, Shawn Mullins, James Otto, Montgomery Gentry, and John Anderson, to list a few. As strong as her live performances are, her writing is of equal strength which landed her a year long publishing deal in 2012 with Nashville based BNG/Sharp Objects Music Group. She has written with several veteran songwriters with songs recorded by the likes of the Dixie Chicks, George Strait, Lee Ann Womack, Blake Shelton, Pam Tillis, and Randy Travis. Samantha's writing continues to grow as she learns from the best of the best.

Over the last year, Samantha has been focused on writing and recording new material. "I love the recording process and have worked at some solid studios around Nashville including County Q and Watershed Studios." Watershed, in particular, where Samantha recorded her latest batch of sides under the production ear of Matt Rovey (Alan Jackson, Craig Campbell and Easton Corbin) and Jason Wyatt (The Lost Trailers), is one of only two studios in Nashville chosen by Mastermix magazine for pristine recordings of acoustical instruments.

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