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Samantha Cardwell joins Eklectricity with Adam and Belinda

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As principal of the multi-faceted performing arts firm, SCardwell Productions, Samantha uses her creative gifts in music, theatre and business management to minister in singing, songwriting, acting, motivational-speaking and production. She devotes time to participate in charity organizations such as the Sisters of Today & Tomorrow and Mission Minded Artists.

In 2009, Samantha traveled throughout the Southeast region to perform two hit singles that she co-wrote and produced, “Your Word” and “Behold the Lamb.” Samantha’s 2010 projects included the honor of being a guest jazz vocalist to perform at Space Atlanta in tribute to the multi-talented High Priestess of Soul, the late Nina Simone. In theatre, she was the lead character in “The Woman I Am Today” and “Sista Ella” which traveled regionally to perform before large audiences.

Her debut CD release in August, “The Way You Love Me” takes her listeners on a unique worship experience which rides on her velvet voice to the rhythmic sounds of jazz, rhythm and blues and even acoustic riffs, but never abandons the timeless inspirational message that her neo-gospel style demands. Recently nominated as a candidate for Best Female Artist by the Atlanta Gospel Choice Awards. Her most recent project, the “It’s All About Love” concert, grouped together artists and performers of various types to help partner with HEROs for Children. The year 2011 will mark the launch of another project “Notes of Inspiration” where spoken-word, musicians and vocal artists will come together at a series of quarterly events for true lovers of artistic expression. This is Samantha Cardwell - a dynamic singer, songwriter, philanthropist and actress by God-given talent and design.

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