Discover the enchanting voice of Samantha Gibb, a rising star from Miami Beach, Florida, now residing in Nashville, TN. Her father, Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees, left a profound imprint on her life and music, inspiring her to become the best musician and songwriter she can be. After Maurice’s passing, Samantha partnered with Lazaro Rodriguez to form M.E.G. Records/M.E.G. Productions, named after her father’s initials. Together, they create magical music that captivates listeners worldwide, with Samantha’s sultry vocals complementing their versatile and unique sound.
Samantha Gibb has come up with a new EP, “Echoes (The Echo Sessions)” with 4 songs.
As you enter Samantha’s musical universe and embark on a journey through her latest EP, you’ll be swept away by the ethereal tune of “Good Lovin'(The Echo Sessions.)” The mesmerizing vocal harmonies create a heavenly soundscape that blends seamlessly with the instrumentation, crafting a delightful rhythm that gradually blossoms into a heartfelt song. As the acoustic guitar riffs touch your heart, you’ll be enveloped in a warm embrace by the crisp and passionate vocals, making it the perfect song to unwind and relax after a long day. The carefully crafted composition, paired with Samantha’s captivating voice, will transport you to a dreamy realm of bliss.
The song continues to evolve with a more intense musical interlude, yet the warmth and comforting nature of the melody remain constant. Samantha’s voice remains the shining star of the piece, highlighted chorus that elevates the emotional impact of the song. “Good Lovin’ (The Echo Sessions)” takes a daring step forward with its more explicit lyrical rendition, in the second version.
The third song, “Sorry Not Sorry (The Echo Sessions),” soothes the soul with its gentle and laidback vibe, as each word and harmony is steeped in emotion. beneath the surface of this charming tune lies a deeper meaning, urging listeners to break free from toxic relationships that hold them back. With Samantha Gibb’s beautiful vocals weaving through an ethereal and cinematic soundscape, the song becomes a powerful and poignant message of self-love and empowerment. Gibb has proven her versatility and artistry, leaving a lasting impression on all who listen. “Sorry Not Sorry (The Echo Sessions)” is a sonic masterpiece that will soothe, inspire, and empower in equal measure.
The final track on the EP, “Christmas in a Small Town (The Echo Sessions),” holds a special place in my heart. From the moment the song begins, a smile spreads across my face, and I am transported to a world of warmth and nostalgia.Completely different from the other tracks, this heart-warming tune is filled with incredibly moving songwriting that pulls at the heartstrings. Samantha’s skillful songwriting and impeccable vocals ensure that the atmosphere of acoustic folk remains intact, making this a standout track on the EP.
Listening to the chorus, with Samantha’s stunning vocals and the soothing soundscapes, transported me to cherished holiday memories with my loved ones. It’s like holding a steaming mug of hot chocolate and flipping through old Christmas photos, enveloped in the sweet sounds of this beautiful melody.
We recently had the opportunity to interview Samantha about her new EP and beyond. Keep reading to know more.
1. Hey Samantha! Congratulations on your new EP “Echoes (The Echo Sessions.)” The first two songs are such a warm welcome to the EP. “Good Lovin'” is such a dynamic song, and the subtle variations between the two versions add a unique touch to the EP. If you had to choose one version of the song to represent the essence of the EP, which version would it be and why?
A: I would probably choose the clean version lol Just cause it keeps a really positive vibe. I think you mean between the Clean version and the Explicit version, correct? I say clean because I want young kids to be able to listen and not here bad language: )
2. “Sorry Not Sorry” has a unique blend of both calm and upbeat vibes. Can you walk us through your creative process for achieving that balance in the song, and how did you choose the specific elements like instrumentation and tempo to convey that feeling?
A: We knew it had to feel timeless so we went straight to the instruments that stand the test of time such as the piano, guitar, steel, harmonica for example. Then we focused on the building of the harmonies.
3. The lyrics of “Sorry Not Sorry” are relatable and impactful. What was your inspiration for writing the song, and how do you hope people connect with the message in the lyrics?
A: It’s about growing up and growing a part from somewhere or someone that might not of been a great influence on you but how ultimately the experience helped you grow. It’s about living with no regrets.
4. “Christmas In a Small Town” is my favorite track on the Ep. The nostalgic vibe, the wholesome lyrics, and the soul-soothing vocals make this song a standout for me. If you had to describe the feeling that inspired you to write this song, what would it be? Would it be a memory from your childhood or a recent experience that evoked a sense of nostalgia and warmth?
A: The song was actually brought to me by my friend and incredible award-winning songwriter Kyle Jacobs. He wrote the song a few years ago with his friend and another award-winning songwriter Tony Wood. He said he wrote it about his childhood home and how the holidays made him feel. I was immediately connected. It reminded me of my childhood and growing up in England. I asked him if I can record it and you was very pleased with the outcome: )
5. If you had to choose one song that best captures the essence of your musical journey so far, which one would it be, and what makes it so significant to you?
A: I think Good Lovin’ would be the best one to capture the essence of my musical journey so far. It was an incredibly empowering song to write and sing. For the first time I felt like I found my voice and my internal power. I wanted to share that and encourage others to feel their own power as well.
6. How have your personal and artistic growth shaped your approach to songwriting and performance, and how do you continue to push yourself creatively with each new project?
A: I think I know when to get out of my own way now. Well most of the time lol I am always up for a challenge and love learning new ways and tricks on how to use my voice and vocals. My writing partner and I love to give ourselves different writing challenges. It really helps keep you open to new ideas and experimentation.
7. Can you tell us about any upcoming projects you’re currently working on and are excited to share with your fans and audience?
A: I have some more music coming out this Summer that I am excited to share. In the mean time I am focusing on writing/co-writing for myself and others.
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