Samantha Lynn Hart
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Samantha Lynn Hart

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2015

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Established on Jan, 2015
Band Country Singer/Songwriter


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"Cancer Benefit for Sherri Welsh"

March 3, 2008

Sherri Welsh raising money for cancer.

I wanted to say thank you to all that participated in the event held last Friday in Sullivan for Sherri Welsh. The amount of people that came out was great and I think it was all a huge sucess!!! Much thanks to you all for coming and joining us to raise money for Sherri and her family when they are burdoned with this cancer. I am sure all of your thoughts and prayers will continue to be with her and her family in their time of need as mine are! Much thanks again!!

Samantha Lynn Hart

Hello, I would like to take this time to give Samanth Lynn Hart a special thank you. She is always willing to donate her time to help others in need.
Samanth is a very talented recording artist who is currently launching her country music solo career.

This is a true HERO to me.

Thank You,
President / CEO.
Harvey Barr -- STS


Myspace: http:/

Audio Link:

Axe Recording Studio / A & S Records
Harvey Barr

- New Music Weekly

"A big week for Samantha Lynn Hart"

For Immediate Release
September 25, 2007
Media Contact: New Country Star Publicist / 816-223-9616
Write To: Vicki Lopez

A Big Week For Newcomer Samantha Lynn Hart
A New Video and Her Remake of David Allen Coe’s “The Ride”

A new video was released earlier today, introducing Samantha Lynn Hart’s single
“If I Recall.” The video montage gives viewers a taste of Hart’s sultry, smooth,
southern voice and a preview of what’s to come from her Debut CD slated to be
released in early November. This past Thursday, September 20th, Hart had an
incredible opportunity to present her version of “The Ride” to Mr. Charlie Dick,
who was Patsy Cline’s husband. After re-writing the song from a female
perspective, Hart dedicated her version to the late country legend herself, Patsy
Cline. “It was a thrilling experience to be able to present my song to Mr. Dick.”
Hart’s new version of “The Ride”, which was originally written and released by
David Allen Coe, can be heard now on her MySpace page.
Samantha Lynn Hart’s schedule isn’t slowing down anytime soon, as she will be
in the running for Favorite Female Vocalist on the website
during the entire month of October.
You can find out more about Samantha Lynn Hart at
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For photo and Interview Requests, Contact:
Jonette Felker at Timbers Entertainment LLC
EPK on Sonicbids at - New Country Star


A Country Creole Christmas-Releasing 2008
Hart to Heart CD-Released 2007




Samantha Lynn Hart

Born and raised in New Orleans, where the music never ends, Samantha pulls her music inspiration from many genre's and styles. She enjoys the feel of music then puts her feelings into the words that she sings! In her own words, she wants the audience to feel what she is singing, not just hear it!

Her inspiration musically would be Dolly Parton. She feels that Dolly never lost that feel of home, to which Samantha feels the same way. Samantha feels that if not for those that believe in her and support her she would not be where she is today, and she will never forget those people. To quote her directly, "I'm Just Me!" She is a good hearted, down home girl who enjoys the simple things in life, and is not afraid to say so!

Raised and schooled in the Catholic community of New Orleans, she gained a college scholarship to which she began in 9th grade. She graduated high school and college in the same week, and at age 18 was a RN. She began her hospital career at 18, but always felt there was something missing, to which we now know after hearing her sing what that

August of 2005 brought sorrow and hardship to Samantha, when Hurricane Katrina came ashore and destroyed what she for so many years called home! Just before land fall Samantha took her family out of the city to safety, but after the storm passed, she returned to her ravished city to assist with the search, rescue, and recovery of her home town. Once all was said and done, Samantha realized that due to the hardships that New Orleans was plagued with, it was certainly not a place she could return to with her family. She decided to move them north to Indiana and call it home. She donated her family land to FEMA, for families that had lost their homes.

Much of her hardship caused her next decision, to pursue her dreams! She decided it was time for others to feel what she had to say, and she stepped out into the world of music! Since this decision, she has felt right at home! She feels that no matter what has or may happen in life, there’s always music in her heart! That alone is a beautiful thing, and she desires nothing more than to share it with you!