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BIO

Samantha LaPorta is an American songwriter and Pop Artist with an extensive background performing on radio,TV, live events as well as corporate and charity fundraisers, from intimate stages to arenas and stadiums.

•SIX SINGLES ON RADIO
•OVER 1 MILLION STREAMS ON SPOTIFY

Samantha’s latest project are two releases, 
It’s Complicated and Get Over You, Cowritten with Dani Elliott (backing singer for Miley Cyrus and Sheryl Crow ). Produced by Luke Youngblom Label Manager - Cruzen Street Records and Grammy nominated recording engineer, Michael Piazza.

Google Trends “Most Trending Celebrity” and featured in over a dozen trade publications; Galore Magazine,  Bella and Celeb Mix, tout Samantha LaPorta as “brilliant the new rising star on the music scene, fans are drawn to her vocal style and lyrics that connect”.

Samantha shares her love for these songs. “They are my new favorites and reflect the mix in styles that are current today.  I am influenced by many genres, which I have pulled from to create these songs and look forward to performing.”

Giving Back

A true passion of Samantha's is giving back to local communities. It gives her a time to entertain, gain fans as well as help charities for great causes.

Paul Mitchell & Vinyl


Samantha performed to a full house at Vinyl Music Hall, the location of Anti-Bullying Event Hosted by Vinyl and Paul Mitchell. Vibe Salon owner Amber Ellis said, "We heard Samantha’s new song “It’s a Girl Thing”, a positive message about empowerment and knew we had to have her at our event."
Samantha was thrilled to debuted her soon to be released single. "It was a huge honor to be asked to perform at this wonderful fundraising and awareness event", she said. "It was truly an amazing night with a great message and bully-free fun for everyone."

Ronald McDonald House


Samantha is no stranger to charity work. At the age of 10 she started bringing her guitar to perform for local children’s hospitals and families at The Ronald McDonald House.
"The best part is seeing the children and their families smile", said Samantha. This year Samantha added a few more charity events to her schedule. As a performer, Samantha loves reaching out to people that can use an extra bit of happiness, or as Samantha calls "singing for a cure".