Samantha Fish and Jesse Dayton, the 2 acclaimed songwriters and modern-day guitar heroes behind the chart-topping album Dying Want Blues, have obtained a GRAMMY® Award nomination within the Contemporary Blues Class. The 2024 GRAMMYs will likely be held on February 4th on the Crypto Area in Los Angeles, with Dying Want Blues within the working for “Best Contemporary Blues Album.”
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Filled with swagger, bravado, and very good musicianship, Dying Want Blues was launched by Rounder Data in Could 2023 and immediately discovered its strategy to the highest of the Billboard Blues charts. A No 1 hit in a number of international locations, Dying Want Blues captures the synergy and free-flowing nature of Fish and Dayton’s musical partnership as they work with producer Jon Spencer to broaden past the boundaries of blues, rock, soul, and Americana.
“Jesse, Jon, and I labored so laborious to convey this album to life,” says Fish. “It was a real collaboration. I’ve been so pleased with this work since we left the studio. I felt like we had one thing particular, and I’m thrilled that the GRAMMYs are recognising it. Thanks, it’s such an honour.”
Dayton concurs, “Samantha, our producer Jon Spencer, and I, all labored laborious to create one thing that might take blues guitar in a brand new route. I’m so humbled our document is being acknowledged by the GRAMMYs.”
The pair have been spreading their gospel because the December 2023 launch of The Stardust Classes. The E.P. kicked off a 12 months of unforgettable sold-out reveals within the U.S., U.Ok., Europe, and Australia, making them worldwide sensations. In late November, they are going to hit the highway with Jon Spencer and Eric Johanson for the ‘Shake ‘Em All Down’ tour. Tickets accessible from www.samanthafish.com/tour.