Blues singer/songwriter and guitarist Samantha Fish began playing guitar as a young teen, discovering her passion by hanging out at the local blues club to hear the touring musicians. By the time she was 18, Fish was a regular and often joined in with the musicians by lending her vocals and trying her hand at performing on stage. In 2009 she recorded and produced the live album Live Bait, quickly capturing the attention of record labels. Two years later, Fish was teamed up with fellow blues musicians Cassie Taylor and Dani Wilde to form the Girls With Guitars trio, releasing her solo debut album Runaway later that year. She had already impressed her fair share of industry professionals by the time she achieved her first chart success with the release of her sophomore album Black Wind Howlin’, followed by Wild At Heart in 2015 which became a blues number one. Fish returned in 2017 with her fourth studio album, Chills & Fever.