Samantha Gibb
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Samantha Gibb

Miami Beach, Florida, United States | SELF

Miami Beach, Florida, United States | SELF
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"Samantha Gibb & The Cartel "Never Expected""

"With regards to the EP, it definitely crafts high expectations for the album, featuring songs like My Spell which is both tantalizing and mysterious, Take it Easy with a heavier feel often stepping into rock territory and I'll Stay showcasing a familiar Americana sound." - Maverick Magazine- UK

"The F&M Playlist- "Our music team pick the songs or albums, old and new, they just can't turn off.""

"My Spell meanders and mopes witchily, and Gibb has a sultriness that's completely moreish." - The Guardian- London

"The Panel- "Each week we bring together a selection of tips from specialist media tastemakers""

Samantha Gibb steps out of the shadows of her father Maurice to produce four tracks of Americana-tinged pop that conjures up hot, late nights with tequila. If the album doesnt get you humming, you need your pulse checking. - Music Week- UK


She has just released her new single, "Hold Her in Your Hand" which can be found on itunes and Amazon. She has 3 album's under her old band name M.E.G. Their newest band album, Temptation, under Samantha Gibb and The Cartel, is being played all over the US and UK. All albums can be found on itunes and Amazon. Last June she and her band toured the UK from Whales to Scotland then, in October they traveled the East Coast of the US for their acoustic tour. Samantha has recently been performing with her uncle, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, for his Mythology Tour which began this February over in Australia. With the great revues and success from the shows, Samantha Gibb continues to tour with her uncle. She and her band also continue to write and tour.



Samantha Gibb If Gibb’s last name rings a bell it’s because she is the daughter of late Bee Gees singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Maurice Gibb. He mentored Samantha’s entry into the music business, producing her early recordings with her brother Adam Gibb, and guitarist and writing partner, Lazaro Rodriguez, under the name Luna Park in the late ‘90s. Eventually, Adam left the group, and Lazaro and Samantha continued to write and record together with Maurice. They suffered a huge loss when Maurice passed away in 2003, and they released their first recordings together under the name M.E.G. (for Maurice Ernest Gibb). By 2006, feeling limited by the Miami Beach music scene, Samantha and her band decided to move to Nashville, TN. Though there’s not much twang in her sound, she found much more than country in Music City. “There’s obviously country every place you turn there, but there’s just so much alternative music” says Samantha. “It was exactly what we wanted to be around. We felt so at home. Three years down the line, what happened was what we wanted to happen. We were learning from amazing talent around there". Upon her arrival in Nashville, in 2007, Samantha decided to make a documentary called“A Nashville State of Mind”. The film was inspired by her and her band’s move to Nashville and the incredible musicians and talent they encountered there. The film got into over 15 film festivals and won best international music doc in 2008 at the LA/NY film and music festival. In 2009 Samantha and her band wrote and recorded their third LP Temptation under the name Samantha Gibb and The Cartel. To promote the album, in June of 2010 , she and her band crossed the pond for their first U.K. tour, hitting everyplace from London to Edinburgh. Once back in the states they continued on to the East Coast of the US for an acoustic tour later that year. In 2011, after almost five years in Nashville, Samantha and her band decided to move back to their roots with a new outlook on music. Starting the new year off, in February 2012, Samantha sang at Hard Rock Live in Ft. Lauderdale with her Uncle, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees for his first solo concert in the US. She is currently touring with him on his Mythology tour that began this February, starting in Australia and New Zealand. Outside of performing with her uncle, Samantha and her band also continue to write and tour.
For more info on Samantha Gibb visit: A Nashville State of Mind- Documentary