Samantha Fish – 2023 Australian Tour

Samantha Fish Australian Dates

Samantha Fish – Photo: LTTL

Samantha Fish

Australian Tour Dates

February 2023

American artist, singer-songwriter and guitarist Samantha Fish is a rising star in the world of blues and rock and roll, building an enviable worldwide reputation with her extraordinary guitar skills and visceral live shows (Listening Through The Lens caught one of her hot sets in 2018).

Samantha and her band are returning to Australia in February for a run of not-to-be-missed headline club
shows around the country.

The tour kicks off at Brisbane’s Princess Theatre on February 16, then heads to Newcastle’s Lizotte’s, Sydney’s Manning Bar, on to The Basement in Canberra, Fremantle’s Freo Social Club and Melbourne’s Memo Music Hall, before ending at The Gov in Adelaide on February 25. Tickets to all shows on sale now.

Over the course of Samantha’s career to date the multi award-winning performer has brought extraordinary power through combustible riffs, pounding rhythms, and striking vocal work. Her latest album Faster (2021) which was produced by Martin Kierszenbaum (Lady Gaga, Sting, Cheryl Crow) sees Fish explore more new ground, incorporating elements of pop, contemporary R&B and even hip-hop into her music. The album has scored rave reviews from critics and fans alike, debuting at #1 on Billboard’s Blues Chart.

Together with her touring band (Sarah Tomek on Drums, Ron Johnson on Bass and Mathew Wade on Keys), Samantha Fish’s return to Australia is very welcome.

Samantha Fish – Photo: LTTL

SAMANTHA FISH 2023 AUSTRALIAN TOUR DATES – ON SALE NOW


THU 16 FEB THE PRINCESS THEATRE BRISBANE
FRI 17 FEB LIZOTTE’S NEWCASTLE
SAT 18 FEB MANNING BAR SYDNEY
SUN 19 FEB THE BASEMENT CANBERRA
TUE 21 FEB FREO SOCIAL CLUB FREMANTLE
FRI 24 FEB MEMO MUSIC HALL MELBOURNE
SAT 25 FEB THE GOV ADELAIDE

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Author: Rob Dickens

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4 Comments

  1. Samantha’s a Kansas City kid! As a teenager she hauled her ax around with her into clubs, waiting for the opportunity to play in with the bands. And look at her now, she rocks! So fun when she plays a cigar box guitar box guitar, too. Get out and see her, she’s all grown up and living in NOLA now.

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    • Hey there topangacg! I did not know she’s was a KC kid! A wonderful performer and I hope to catch her Down Under. Hope you are well. Love to visit KC again, Folk Alliance is on in Feb but I won’t be able to make it. 😥

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  2. Mike Zito also mentored Samantha during her formative years. I remember when he got her up to play with Royal Southern Brotherhood (along with Cyril Neville and Devon Allman) when they played a gig at Knucklehead’s in KC many years ago. She played regularly at both Knucklehead’s and other area clubs like Uncle Bo’s in Topeka for a few years and got experience/exposure on the Legendary Rhythm and Blues Cruise (started by Roger Nabers, based in KC) before making the move to NOLA. Anyway, she’s a talented and ambitious woman.
    I’m ok but the Big C has raised its ugly head again. I’ll be at Folk in February and plan on the following February. I hope you make it back to US so I can take your tour next time! Hope you and esp your wife are doing well.

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    • Sara. Sorry to hear that you have health issues. Wishing you all the best from afar! I didn’t know that about Mike Z as mentor, interesting. RSB toured Australia (maybe 2013?) and saw them twice at Bluesfest. What a powerhouse outfit! Never been to Knucklehead’s – it’s on my (bulging) bucket list. Yes, got some dates in mind for a US trip next year. Jenny and I are good over here. Take care! Rob

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