Watch Samantha Fish Up Close Performing “Gone for Good” on a Gibson Firebird
Cop some moves from the blues-shredding firebrand in this classic 'No Guitar Is Safe' podcast episode.
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Episode 99 features Samantha Fish, the soulful Kansas City-bred blues guitar player/singer, plugging in and performing songs from her album Kill Or Be Kind (opens in new tab) (Rounder Records) as well as riffing on other cool staples of her live set.
Samantha also proves "War Pigs" can be performed in blues clubs and shares the funniest banana prank since Eddie Murphy's banana shenanigans in Beverly Hills Cop. (Actually, we think Samantha's prank is funnier than Eddie's.)
In this awesome clip, Samantha performs “Gone for Good” from her Belle of the West (opens in new tab) album on a brand-new Gibson Firebird (opens in new tab).
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