Thursday, August 15, 2019

Samantha Fish-Preservation Plaza, Arnolds Park, IA- 8/3/19

Samantha Fish
Preservation Plaza
Arnolds Park, IA

-Audience Recording using Zoom H2 rear internal mics >SD Card>PC>Adobe Audition>CD Wave Editor (split tracks)>TLH>FLAC Level 8
-"A "Midwest Sounds" recording (MWS108)
-Feel free to re-master, share on any other torrent site, convert to MP3, just never ever sell it. Also, if you like this show, please support the artist by buying their music and seeing a show next time they're in your area.

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The Lisa Wenger Band

1. Intro
2. Rock And Roll (Led Zeppelin)
3. Cry For Me Baby (Elmore James)
4. Simple As That
5. Voodoo Woman (Koko Taylor)
6. I Can't Stand It (Smokey McAllister)
7. Pale Moon
8. ?
9. Sugar-Coated Love (Lazy Lester)
10. I'm Your Puppet
11. Dreams (Fleetwood Mac)
12. Give It Up Or Let Me Go (Bonnie Raitt)
13. I Believe I'm In Love With You (Bonnie Raitt)
14. Mercury Blues (K. C. Douglas)

Lisa Wenger has performed as a beloved staple of the Minneapolis/St. Paul music scene, delighting audiences with her sweet-yet gritty vocals and captivating mix of North Dakota roots paired with and affinity for the soulful sound of the Deep South.

Samantha Fish

1. Intro
2. Wild Heart
3. Chills & Fever
4. Never Gonna Cry
5. You Can't Go
6. Little Baby
7. Blame It On The Moon
8. Lost Myself
9. Watch It Die
10. Love Letters
11. No Angels
12. Blood In The Water
13. Cowtown
14. Somebody's Always Trying > Crow Jane

After launching her recording career in 2009, Samantha Fish quickly established herself as a rising star in the contemporary blues world. Since then, the charismatic young singer-guitarist-songwriter has earned a reputation as a rising guitar hero and powerful live performer, while releasing a series of acclaimed albums that have shown her restless creative spirit consistently taking her in new and exciting musical directions.

The New York Times called Fish “an impressive blues guitarist who sings with sweet power” and “one of the genre’s most promising young talents.” Her hometown paper The Kansas City Star noted, “Samantha Fish has kicked down the door of the patriarchal blues club” and observed that the young artist “displays more imagination and creativity than some blues veterans exhibit over the course of their careers.”

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