Sami Hope started the night off for us at the Ardmore Music Hall. She warmed the stage up with her original music. Her comforting voice was supported by her fingers dancing between guitar and banjo." ”

— Nicholas David, from "The Voice"

"Water We're Made Of"
won Honorable Mention
in the Jan/Feb 2014
American Songwriter
Lyric Contest.
Listen to it

Host Jim Bear interviewed Sami Hope live in the studio in Germantown. She played four songs and talked about her music, her inspiration, and her album, Untangle the Threads. ” - Interview with Jim Bear, host of Neu-Matic.

Listen to the interview on G-Town Radio

Untangle the Threads is a refreshing, new take on folk/pop music. "The musical influences of folk, instrumental and progressive styles combine into musical harmony. It feels like Sami Hope belongs on the folk charts right next to artists like Sara Bareilles.” - Chelsea Lewis

— The Celebrity Cafe

The City Suburban News featured Sami Hope on the front page of its Oct. 2, 2013 edition: "Local Artist Sami Hope Brings Her Progressive World Folk to the Ardmore Music Hall."  ”

City Suburban News

About Sami

Sami Hope is a Philly-based, banjo pickin', clarinet tootin' and steel drum hittin' singer-songwriter. Her music, described as Progressive World Folk, draws on a wide and varied range of influences. It’s a party around the world.



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UNTANGLE THE THREADS, Sami Hope's debut album, was nominated for three Independent Music Awards!

Stream or purchase on Amazon Music.

Best love song:

Colliding Like Galaxies

Best eclectic song:
Tidal Wave

Best album/eclectic: 
Untangle the Threads

The IMAS honor exceptional independent articles traditionally ignored by mainstream media and big box retailers.




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