Samsara's life has been extraordinary. She once sang backing vocals for the Steve Winwood, Don Henley, Bryan Adams and Kenny Loggins. Today, she writes evocative relatable songs about her life, love, heartbreak, and her cats. Her richly-toned lavish voice spans several genres: pop, adult contemporary, country, rock, and jazz. She is frequently compared to female icons such as Steve Nicks, Taylor Swift, Adele, Kate Bush, Tori Amos, Jewel, Debby Harry and Reba McEntire.
But perhaps it's the deep pain and incredible joys of her life that create Samsara's beautiful songs and speak to your soul. Her sound is unique and captivating, drawing from a wide range of influences and emotions. Her lyrics are honest, her melodies memorable, and her performances powerful. Each song tells a story, capturing a moment in time and creating a space for you -- the listener -- to reflect on your own experiences. Samsara swears that she does not actually write them herself -- she speaks of waking up with songs haunting her until she commits them to a recording. No matter the source, the result is always something special. When she was 20, Samsara moved to the U.S. with $200 and a backpack full of hopes and dreams. Samsara since has released 21 singles and an EP album. From award nominations to chart positions in the US, Canada, Europe and iTunes, to over 1 Million Spotify streams, one thing is clear: Samsara's musical journey is just beginning.
Her new single, "Invisible" is a haunting tale of a soul lost in flight. With her rich vocals and crisp instrumentation, "Invisible" is a solid new offering that reminds me of the fantastic story telling of artists like Jewel. We always say that great songs can stand on their own and this single does exactly that. The string arrangements and acoustic guitar provide a beautiful sonic palette for Samsara to rest her unique, clear, and emotion filled vocals upon. Great songs stand the test of time and Samsara is adding to the ever growing list of artists with beautiful voices, intriguing arrangements, and solid story telling.
Please take some time to learn more about Samsara.
July 24, 2023