Emotion – Samantha Sang
Samantha Sang, the great-great-granddaughter of a Manchurian Surgeon and herbalist, was born in Australia. Her sensational career is recognised around the world and her varied experience is testament to her outstanding talent.
At the tender age of 8 she made her radio debut. Two years later she first appeared on Graham Kennedy’s In Melbourne Tonight, where she continued to perform regularly.
At 15 years of age and then known as Cheryl Gray “…the little girl with the big voice”, she received a “Best Female Vocalist” awarded for her hit single You Made Me What I am a recording which also won a commendation as the Best All Time Australian Produced Record of its time.
Shortly after, she left for London where she performed at leading venues with artists such as The Hollies, Herman’s Hermits and the Bee Gees.
Whilst in London, she caught the ear of Barry Gibb, who on hearing Samantha’s unique vocal abilities inspired him to lend his brilliant writing producing talent to a song specially written for her – The Love of a Woman – which gave her enormous European exposure launching her international career.
New York followed but after a couple of appearances, her visa expired and Samantha was forced to return home leaving behind a rising career and a number of lucrative engagements.
Years later, Samantha made a triumphant return to America where she toured with her band for four years.
During this time she recorded her hit single Emotion, which rocketed straight to the top of the charts and soon became No.1 worldwide.
Emotion sold over 6 million copies throughout the world
The album which followed, sold four million worldwide, Emotion is still receiving airplay in America, Australia and other countries of the world today.
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