Misha Fair

Misha Fair

 Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Misha Fair is a vocal powerhouse; a singer/songwriter with a soulful blend of folk and alternative/pop.


Misha Fair is an American singer/songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. As a youth, Misha won several songwriting contests and secured many positions on the Atlanta classical scene. She eventually secured a deal along with her group "Sass" on an indie-label based in Atlanta, GA. Misha later went on to work with a number of well established producers and writers such as Grammy award winning producers Kenny "Smoove" Kornegay and Greg "88 Keyz" Mance.

Misha was introduced to the magic of the Wondaland Arts Society in late 2004 and officially became a team member in 2007. Working with such talents as Atlantic artist Janelle Monae, Deep Cotton, Roman GianArthur, and Isis Valentino (1/2 of the duo, St. Beauty Band) helped Misha Fair become more acquainted with the ins and outs of the music industry and its principle players. The eclectic influences surrounding Misha Fair have molded her into an extremely well rounded artist. Misha balances nostalgic vocal arrangements and honest lyrical content in her music, which is described as a soulful blend of folk, alternative and pop. 


Misha Fair's debut, "Dream Renaissance" was released independently in Spring of 2006 and she has already received rave reviews and continuous spins of her first singles, "Passion Fruit" and "Who Did It Hurt" on the Ohio, New York and New Jersey club scene. Her sophomore, "Fairly Odd, the Many Faces" is expected to be independently released July 4, 2009.

Set List

A typical set can be 7-8 selections (about 1 hour) including but not limited to the following:
Fairly Odd
My Cherie Amour (Misha Mix)
Don't Tell
Long Walk (Jill Scott)
Crazy Chatter
Prototype (Ande 3K)
Walk Away