Carter Sampson


Biographie Carter Sampson


Carter Sampson
is an Oklahoma born and raised, award winning singer songwriter. She tours nationally and internationally playing both solo and with her band. Sampson won 1st place in the Chris Austin Song Contest at Merlefest and was a top 10 finalist in the Telluride Bluegrass Festival Troubadour Contest. Sampson has released five studio albums including her newest release LUCKY recorded with Jason Scott at ONStudios in Moore, OK. Sampson’s release Wilder Side received international attention and was No. 3 on the Euro Americana year end chart for 2016. Her newest work LUCKY will be released fall 2018. She is the founder and director of The Rock n’ Roll Camp for Girls OKC, a nonprofit volunteer run organization that empowers girls through music education.

"Carter Sampson's fourth full-length album Wilder Side is a soulful and soft country masterpiece. The Oklahoma City singer-songwriter has a penchant for penning songs that don't need bluster or bombast to tell a powerful story. Focusing on themes of heartbreak and the open road, Wilder Side is the kind of pure country record that has far more in common with classic releases from the likes of Patsy Cline and Emmylou Harris than it does with anything one will find on country radio. Fellow Oklahoma artists Ali Harter and John Moreland made appearances on the record lending their distinctive voices, perfectly complementing Sampson's beautifully sorrowful vocals. And that more than anything is what drives this record, Sampson's breathtaking voice. This record is haunting and mesmerizing and simply beautiful." Oklahoma Lefty



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