With years of studying in both music and academics, Samantha Landers now works as a vocal trainer in KZN. She has pursued her career in music and has appeared in a number of vocal shows such as ‘Carnival Time’, ‘Sing It, Sista’, and, more recently ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’. She performs at many corporate events and has been seen in extravaganzas like ‘Night of a Hundred Stars’ and ‘Dolphins By Starlight’. Her live performances include the Vodacom Durban July, The Mr. Price Pro, Mrs. Universe 2017, a number of year-end functions and awareness events for associations like The Sunflower Fund and CANSA, as well as having just returned from a corporate event in Russia.
Samantha is also one of three members of the acclaimed singing group 'MitzyGeorge'. Known for their close, melodic harmonies, this all female group perform their beautiful, heart-felt show in and around KZN.
Samantha spent time training in Sweden with world-renowned vocal coach to the stars, Seth Riggs.
She balances her singing by taking timeout with family and friends. She enjoys travelling, writing, reading, and watching a good movie. She is currently writing music and working on her next show.
This was Cyndi Lauper's first #1 hit. She had another US #1 in 1986 with "True Colors."
This song is about the reality of loving someone unconditionally, even when life and it’s challenges get in the way. It doesn't have to apply to romantic love alone, but any love between two people that lasts a life time.
It's about the encounters of love and how it presents itself over the course of time – that through life’s hurd...
I first sung this song at an eisteddfod when I was 12 and recorded it in1997 – this is the recording, and has been an anthem song for me while growing up, although the lyrical content was only appropriate later on in my 20’s.
The Note Book has made me realize how much we all have in common, and this song is another example of what a lot of us may have been through; loving someone who does not love you back.
It’s not pleasant knowing that your love or fon...
“Forget Me Not” speaks of love that never dies and reminds us that our souls are eternal...
We have all met special people along our individual journeys. I often look back and wonder whether certain people I met will remember me, and more so whether I have had any impact on their lives.
We are, after all, on this earth to connect, help each other, make a difference, even if its just a handful of people who are impacted, the quantity doesn’t matter.