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Misha Fair

Portland, Oregon, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2007 | SELF

Portland, Oregon, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2007
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"Misha Fair Releases Intense New Video for Riveting Single “Memphis”"

Charlotte, NC – With a voice that could shake the soul out of the devil himself, Country singer Misha Fair’s latest single “Memphis” features powerful vocals and diaristic lyrics that take listeners on a journey through heartbreak and longing. The song, streaming now on all digital platforms, delves deep into a woman’s recourse following a heartbreak. The video for Memphis, which Fair released today, is a cinematic tour de force that will leave you breathless. It features dramatic vignette shots and hauntingly beautiful imagery, capturing the raw emotion of Fair’s powerful storytelling. From stuffing her ex in the trunk to staring unflinchingly into the camera, Misha’s performance is undeniably captivating.

The video for “Memphis,” which you can watch on YouTube, was directed by the visionary Benjamin Coffey and produced by WLPWR.

Now, Misha is making her way in the country music world with a sound that blends folk, gospel, bluegrass, and rock and roll into something truly unique. Misha is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with. And with “Memphis,” she’s staked her claim as a country artist who knows how to tell a story.

The video, which goes as far as to showcase Misha burying an ex-lover, is a masterpiece of heartbreak and redemption that will leave you feeling inspired and empowered. Stream and download Misha Fair’s “Memphis” music video on all digital platforms. And be sure to follow her on Instagram @MishaFair to keep up with her musical journey. - Drop The Spotlight


"Misha Fair Drops New Music Video for 'Memphis'"

Atlanta-based country music singer-songwriter Misha Fair dropped a new music video for “Memphis” directed by Ben Coffey on April 18, 2023.
The video, which goes as far as to showcase she burying an ex-lover, is a masterpiece of heartbreak and redemption that will leave you feeling inspired and empowered.
Her debut song “Memphis” was released last month after releasing the 2021 collaborative song “Hey Love” with Love Don't Love Syncs.
The track was written by William Washington, Misha Fair, and Myranda Pugh. Produced by WLPWR.
Misha Fair shared on social media, “After years of hard work, I feel like I'm finally turning in the right direction. Thank you God for each blessing, seen and unseen!”
Misha Fair said of her music, “I'm a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll.” - PM Studio World Wide News


"Misha Fair Reveals Music Video for "Memphis""

Country singer Misha Fair has released the intense music video for her latest single, “Memphis” today. Accompanying the powerful track that dives into a woman’s recourse following a heartbreak, the cinematic video features dramatic vignette shots and hauntingly beautiful imagery, capturing the raw emotion of Fair’s powerful storytelling.

From stuffing her ex in the trunk to staring unflinchingly into the camera, Misha’s performance is undeniably captivating. The video, directed by the visionary Benjamin Coffey and produced by WLPWR, is meant to leave fans feeling inspired and empowered. Watch it now below.

Misha’s talent is no accident. Born into a family with a rich musical legacy, Misha’s grandfather, Chuck Willis, was known as the “King of the Stroll” and wrote several hits that would later be covered by legendary artists like Elvis and James Brown. With music in her blood, Misha quickly made a name for herself as a little girl with a big voice, stunning audiences with her renditions of classics by icons like Dolly Parton and Joan Jett.

Now, Misha is making her way in the country music world with a sound that blends folk, gospel, bluegrass, and rock and roll into something truly unique. Misha is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with. And with “Memphis,” she’s staked her claim as a country artist who knows how to tell a story. - Prelude Press, Dom Vigil


"Misha Fiar Shares New Single "Memphis""

Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectation of her upcoming solo releases.

Her brand-new single “Memphis” is a fast-paced, boot stomping, thrilling, and satirical release from Misha Fair. Mixing genres of alt-country, country, bluegrass, Americana, and outlaw country, she was able to create an outstanding track that will turn heads from the very first listen.
Featuring instruments of the fiddle, guitar, percussion, bass, digital programming, and Misha Fair’s beautiful vocals, “Memphis” is a great introduction to the songstress’ music catalog. The exquisite songwriting and intriguing storytelling truly showcase her musical abilities in a wonderful manner.

“Memphis” was the last of seven songs presented to another artist who was interested in crossing over to country. Misha Fair wrote a few records for herself that we presented and the production staff thought it would be great to offer more options. She was presented with this fast paced track by producer WLPWR, and decided that compared to the other records, this had to be simple and intentional. She wrote and sang the lyrics very “matter of fact” to reflect the emotions that she imagined that artist feeling. She wrote and recorded top-line and backgrounds in the studio alone initially, but had a hard time getting that vocal drive to come through. But, when they decided to release the record as her own, it was the demo version that stuck. WLPWR later had live musicians come in and record additional elements like the fiddle, guitar and bass.

“I think that it’s very different from other records I’ve done, but I love that simple stanza format (reminding me of a quick paced version of traditional folk songs like House of the Rising Sun, in a small way). Memphis represents the place and the person… the lengths one might go through for revenge if it were possible. It’s fictitious but inspired by real emotions. Ultimately, it is meant to evoke the emotion and exhilaration of a woman finally getting her ‘lick back’ after heartbreak.” - Enigma Online


"Misha Fair: 'Memphis'"

Misha Fair releases her first country genre offering ‘Memphis’, while sharing her musical journey with WHYTT MAGAZINE.
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She was trained from a young age as a classical vocalist, but found her passion in jazz, hip hop, and the gritty alternative sound of the mid ‘90s. She performed in countless marquee, and children’s choirs in her hometown. Unbeknownst to her, there was a wave of hip-hop and RnB sweeping Atlanta, and the young Misha Fair found her tribe along the confluence of the shared and varied traditions that make up the musical ethos of the United States.

Misha Fair enjoys creative writing and the idea of taking the reader (or listener) through the entire journey. Sometimes about love or heartbreak, but with the goal of avoiding perspectives she has heard before. When she’s going through a creative block and searching for inspiration, she does a ‘brain dump’ to get all of her thoughts out on paper and clear the slate. Although she never recognises when she is inspired, she tries to keep paper or a recorder nearby. If she’s in the studio, it’s easier as she can record the ideas as they come and can sift out the good lines from the more questionable lyrics. However, so far, she realises that she’s typically most creative when she can’t write anything down (ie. singing the shower, driving on a long stretch of highway, etc). Her theory is that if she can’t document an idea at the moment, but she remembers it later, then it’s worth keeping and developing.

Her brand-new single ‘Memphis’ is a fast-paced, boot stomping, thrilling, and satirical release from Misha Fair. Mixing genres of alt-country, country, bluegrass, Americana, and outlaw country, creating a phenomenal track that will bob heads from the very first listen. Featuring instruments of the fiddle, guitar, percussion, bass, digital programming, and Misha Fair’s beautiful vocals, 'Memphis’ is a great introduction to the songstress’ music catalogue. The exquisite songwriting and intriguing storytelling truly showcase her musical abilities in a wonderful manner.

‘Memphis’ was the last of seven songs presented to another artist who was interested in crossing over to country. Misha Fair wrote a few records for herself that we presented and the production staff thought it would be great to offer more options. She was presented with this fast paced track by producer WLPWR, and decided that compared to the other records, this had to be simple and intentional. She wrote and sang the lyrics very "matter of fact" to reflect the emotions that she imagined that artist feeling. She wrote and recorded top-line and backgrounds in the studio alone initially, but had a hard time getting that vocal drive to come through. But, when they decided to release the record as her own, it was the demo version that stuck. WLPWR later had live musicians come in and record additional elements like the fiddle, guitar and bass.

Commenting on the track Misha shares “I think that it's very different from other records I've done, but I love that simple stanza format (reminding me of a quick paced version of traditional folk songs like House of the Rising Sun, in a small way). ‘Memphis’ represents the place and the person... the lengths one might go through for revenge if it were possible. It's fictitious but inspired by real emotions. Ultimately, it is meant to evoke the emotion and exhilaration of a woman finally getting her "lick back" after heartbreak.”
When discussing musical highlights, Misha Fair has experienced some pretty great things in her career thus far. What comes to mind is 2015, when she performed at New Skool Rules in Rotterdam, NL. Though it’s a personal highlight, It wasn’t a perfect show by far, she comments. “In fact, my sound went out in the middle of the set on an outdoor stage. There I was in front of a crowd that didn’t know me or my music, which was alternative/ pop-rock,” she continues. She kept singing acapella, and got the crowd to come close, clap a rhythm to allow her to finish her set. “We all had a blast and I got so many compliments on the professionalism and tenacity that it took to not stop or become shaken up. I pray a hiccup like that never happens again, but I’m glad it worked out so cool because I think I gained a few “forever fans” because of it.”

Misha Fair expresses that her mission as a musical artist is to leave people different than they were when they found her music. “My aim was never to be perfect or impress all the people at once, I just want to be fully expressed always and to encourage others to do the same,” she comments. Through her songs, she wants to tell great stories and through those small contributions, heal a few of the hearts and minds of those seeking a cool place to settle in for a while. - WHYTT Magazine, Danielle Holian


"Misha Fair Heads Back to "Memphis" in New Single and Vivid Music Video"

Alt-country artist Misha Fair has released her newest single, “Memphis”, along with an accompanying music video that tells a story of a woman getting revenge on her husband.
Fair is an experienced singer-songwriter who makes a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. “Memphis” is a fast-paced, boot-stomping, thrilling, and satirical release, mixing genres of alt-country, country, bluegrass, americana, and outlaw country. It contains an interesting instrumental mix, featuring the fiddle, guitar, percussion, bass, and digital programming, among Fair’s impressive vocals. It was the last of seven songs presented to another artist who was interested in crossing over to country.

The track feels old-school, yet contemporary, exemplifying her skills as an artist and storyteller. “I think that it’s very different from other records I’ve done, but I love that simple stanza format (reminding me of a quick paced version of traditional folk songs like ‘House of the Rising Sun’, in a small way),” Fair says. “Memphis represents the place and the person … the lengths one might go through for revenge if it were possible. It’s fictitious but inspired by real emotions. Ultimately, it is meant to evoke the emotion and exhilaration of a woman finally getting her ‘lick back’ after heartbreak.” “It’s time to reap what you sow,” she sings: “Mama said, ‘don’t pull your gun out unless you wanna bang’ / But these devilish thoughts inside my head outweigh these angel wings … Mama said, ‘don’t paint the town red unless you want a stain’ / But when I’m your judge and jury all that love won’t mean a thing!”

Misha Fair is certainly due to grow even bigger as she woos with her dynamic performances, joining her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. Learn more at her website, and find more exciting new music on our Alchemical Multigenre Mixdown playlist on YouTube and Spotify. - Alchemical Records


"Misha Fair 'Memphis'"

Her brand-new single ‘Memphis’ is a fast-paced, boot stomping, thrilling, and satirical release from Misha Fair. Mixing genres of alt-country, country, bluegrass, americana, and outlaw country, she was able to create an outstanding track that will turn heads from the very first listen.

Featuring instruments of the fiddle, guitar, percussion, bass, digital programming, and Misha Fair’s beautiful vocals, ‘Memphis’ is a great introduction to the songstress’ music catalog. The exquisite songwriting and intriguing storytelling truly showcase her musical abilities in a wonderful manner.

‘Memphis’ was the last of seven songs presented to another artist who was interested in crossing over to country. Misha Fair wrote a few records for herself that we presented and the production staff thought it would be great to offer more options. She was presented with this fast paced track by producer WLPWR, and decided that compared to the other records, this had to be simple and intentional. She wrote and sang the lyrics very “matter of fact” to reflect the emotions that she imagined that artist feeling. She wrote and recorded top-line and backgrounds in the studio alone initially, but had a hard time getting that vocal drive to come through. But, when they decided to release the record as her own, it was the demo version that stuck. WLPWR later had live musicians come in and record additional elements like the fiddle, guitar and bass.

Misha Fair comments on the track, “I think that it’s very different from other records I’ve done, but I love that simple stanza format (reminding me of a quick paced version of traditional folk songs like House of the Rising Sun, in a small way). Memphis represents the place and the person… the lengths one might go through for revenge if it were possible. It’s fictitious but inspired by real emotions. Ultimately, it is meant to evoke the emotion and exhilaration of a woman finally getting her “lick back” after heartbreak.”

As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.

Misha Fair comments on her music, “I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll.” - Find Your Sounds


"Misha Fair Delivers Boot-Stomping, Satirical release 'Memphis'"

Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectation of her upcoming solo releases.

Her brand-new single ‘Memphis’ is a fast-paced, boot stomping, thrilling, and satirical release from Misha Fair. Mixing genres of alt-country, country, bluegrass, americana, and outlaw country, she was able to create an outstanding track that will turn heads from the very first listen.


Featuring instruments of the fiddle, guitar, percussion, bass, digital programming, and Misha Fair’s beautiful vocals, 'Memphis’ is a great introduction to the songstress’ music catalog. The exquisite songwriting and intriguing storytelling truly showcase her musical abilities in a wonderful manner.


Misha Fair comments on the track:



“I think that it's very different from other records I've done, but I love that simple stanza format (reminding me of a quick paced version of traditional folk songs like House of the Rising Sun, in a small way). Memphis represents the place and the person... the lengths one might go through for revenge if it were possible. It's fictitious but inspired by real emotions. Ultimately, it is meant to evoke the emotion and exhilaration of a woman finally getting her "lick back" after heartbreak.”


As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.

"I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll.” - Misha Fair

For audiences who haven’t known the musical artist until now, they are already missing out. She is a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to subscribe to all Misha Fair’s social media and streaming services to keep up-to-date with the singer-songwriter. - Flex Music Blog


"Exclusive Interview with Misha Fair"

What makes Misha Fair different from other music singers?

Misha: I’ve worked with many types of music as an artist and artist developer… classical, jazz, rock, country, and more. This varied experience has afforded me a lot of command and control of my voice. I’m a student of music in general and try not to confine myself to one genre that I listen to. So as a singer/songwriter, I have a lot of space to pull from creatively that contributes to my overall sonics and lyrical choices.

Which artiste do you dream of collaborating with in your next music project if given the opportunity and why?

Misha: I really love Chris Stapleton as an artist. I believe he has the most wonderful blend of country, bluegrass, rock, and soul. When he sings, it just sounds so free and as a girl from the south with similar musical influences, hearing it all blended up makes me feel seen. Writing and performing with him would be a dream come true. I also really love Elle King…she’s so gritty and witty! I think it would be incredible to work with her.

Who were your biggest musical influences?

Misha: Dolly Parton, Leann Rimes, Linda Perry, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie, Aretha Franklin, Chris Stapleton… I studied opera singer Maria Callas for a long time growing up. But simultaneously listened to Hank Williams, Sid Vicious, Sonic Youth, Alice Cooper, Whitney Houston, and Billy Ray Cyrus.

What societal issue (s) do you seek to address with you your music going forward?

Misha: I’m pretty passionate about mental health awareness, particularly among artists. Many times it’s overlooked until it is too late, plus many musicians are self-employed and without health insurance. But as an artist developer I firmly believe that without personal development, artist development is a wash. While creating generally can be very cathartic, I support therapy and therapeutic efforts for people in and outside of the arts.
What would you say are some of those remarkable things that have happened to you since your musical career started?

Misha: I’ve gotten to meet and work with some incredibly talented people both in the states and abroad.
But I think the most remarkable things have come in modest packages. For example, there have been times that I’ve had parents ask me to sing happy birthday to their kids, as a mom I think that’s the coolest thing.

Your music journey started from a very early stage. What made you decide to become a musician?

Misha: I think I always knew I would do music. My parents and brother are musicians, my grandparents taught music, & both of my grandfathers were artists & songwriters/composers. I believe it is in my DNA so that even when I try to do other things, music always would work its way back to the forefront. The pivotal moment was about age 16 or 17 when I asked my dad why he decided to do music. He said, “ if I love it, do it for free…but be so good you never have to.” I took that to heart and began working and training with more intention from that point.

What has it been like for you navigating the music industry and trying to reach new audiences in the United States and beyond?

Misha: I think it helped that I had some understanding of the music industry and other than a few growing pains, things have worked out pretty well so far. People have been receptive to my sound and kind to me as I reintroduce me as a new country artist in the states. On my last trips abroad, I performed many of my more “alternative” records and they were received pretty well, so I look forward to the new music coming out.

Apart from making music, you are also a vocal trainer and artist developer. How do you balance all these with other obligations?

Misha: Great question! Some of my day-to-day muscle memory is simply following my calendar. I love a good list to keep me on track too. My manager helps with time management and staying on top of things, so she really keeps me moving forward. I also have a ton of understanding and support from my family, which is great because when my mom and dad were touring they did similar things. Each person typically has a helpful word or two of encouragement to keep me afloat. - Spinex Music


"Introducing Misha Fair"

Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectation of her upcoming solo releases.

A product of a musical family, the singer-songwriter’s family has had major label success from RCA to Atlantic Records. As a result, she spent most of her early childhood development in the same studios as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the SOS Band, Isaac Hayes, and many other music legends.

With a rich musical legacy written into her DNA, her childhood was shaped by this reality in remarkable yet complicated ways. While most of her kindergarten classmates were toting My Buddies to Show-n-Tell, her father would join her, off tour, with members of the S.O.S. Band, fully costumed.

Enthralled in the family business, she quickly earned a reputation as the little girl with the big voice, wowing audiences with renditions of LeAnne Rimes’ ‘Blue’ and other tunes by country artists such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, as well as rock singer-songwriters Pat Benatar, and Joan Jett.

She was trained from a young age as a classical vocalist, but found her passion in jazz, hip hop, and the gritty alternative sound of the mid ‘90s. She performed in countless marquee, and children’s choirs in her hometown. Unbeknownst to her, there was a wave of hip-hop and RnB sweeping Atlanta, and the young Misha Fair found her tribe along the confluence of the shared and varied traditions that make up the musical ethos of the United States.

Misha Fair attended college on a vocal performance scholarship. Minoring in linguistic studies, she may be one of the few country artists able to sing and write in multiple romance languages.

In 2008, she began an internship at Wondaland Arts Society after a chance meeting with Janelle Monae. Her professional career was kickstarted after she began assisting creatively with many of her early projects.

She has collaborated with artists, songwriters, and producers including the likes of Blanco Brown, Breland, Demun Jones, and Yelawolf.

As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.

“I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll,” Misha Fair comments on her music.

Misha Fair will release brand-new music at the beginning of March. With her first country genre offering ‘Memphis’ dropping on March 4, 2023. - Pure Mzine


"Introducing Misha Fair"

Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectation of her upcoming solo releases.

A product of a musical family, the singer-songwriter’s family has had major label success from RCA to Atlantic Records. As a result, she spent most of her early childhood development in the same studios as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the SOS Band, Isaac Hayes, and many other music legends.

With a rich musical legacy written into her DNA, her childhood was shaped by this reality in remarkable yet complicated ways. While most of her kindergarten classmates were toting My Buddies to Show-n-Tell, her father would join her, off tour, with members of the S.O.S. Band, fully costumed.

Enthralled in the family business, she quickly earned a reputation as the little girl with the big voice, wowing audiences with renditions of LeAnne Rimes’ ‘Blue’ and other tunes by country artists such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, as well as rock singer-songwriters Pat Benatar, and Joan Jett.

She was trained from a young age as a classical vocalist, but found her passion in jazz, hip hop, and the gritty alternative sound of the mid ‘90s. She performed in countless marquee, and children’s choirs in her hometown. Unbeknownst to her, there was a wave of hip-hop and RnB sweeping Atlanta, and the young Misha Fair found her tribe along the confluence of the shared and varied traditions that make up the musical ethos of the United States.

Misha Fair attended college on a vocal performance scholarship. Minoring in linguistic studies, she may be one of the few country artists able to sing and write in multiple romance languages.

In 2008, she began an internship at Wondaland Arts Society after a chance meeting with Janelle Monae. Her professional career was kickstarted after she began assisting creatively with many of her early projects.

She has collaborated with artists, songwriters, and producers including the likes of Blanco Brown, Breland, Demun Jones, and Yelawolf.

As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.

“I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll,” Misha Fair comments on her music.

Misha Fair will release brand-new music at the beginning of March. With her first country genre offering ‘Memphis’ dropping on March 4, 2023.

For audiences who haven’t known the musical artist by now, they are already missing out. She is a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to subscribe to all Misha Fair’s social media and streaming services to keep up-to-date with the singer-songwriter. - Flex Music Blog


"Introducing Misha Fair"

Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectations of her upcoming solo releases.

A product of a musical family, the singer-songwriter’s family has had major label success from RCA to Atlantic Records. As a result, she spent most of her early childhood development in the same studios as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the SOS Band, Isaac Hayes, and many other music legends.

With a rich musical legacy written into her DNA, her childhood was shaped by this reality in remarkable yet complicated ways. While most of her kindergarten classmates were toting My Buddies to Show-n-Tell, her father would join her, off tour, with members of the S.O.S. Band, fully costumed.
Enthralled in the family business, she quickly earned a reputation as the little girl with the big voice, wowing audiences with renditions of LeAnne Rimes’ ‘Blue’ and other tunes by country artists such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, as well as rock singer-songwriters Pat Benatar, and Joan Jett.

She was trained from a young age as a classical vocalist, but found her passion in jazz, hip hop, and the gritty alternative sound of the mid ‘90s. She performed in countless marquee, and children’s choirs in her hometown. Unbeknownst to her, there was a wave of hip-hop and RnB sweeping Atlanta, and the young Misha Fair found her tribe along the confluence of the shared and varied traditions that make up the musical ethos of the United States.

Misha Fair attended college on a vocal performance scholarship. Minoring in linguistic studies, she may be one of the few country artists able to sing and write in multiple romance languages.

In 2008, she began an internship at Wondaland Arts Society after a chance meeting with Janelle Monae. Her professional career was kickstarted after she began assisting creatively with many of her early projects.

She has collaborated with artists, songwriters, and producers including the likes of Blanco Brown, Breland, Demun Jones, and Yelawolf.

As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.
“I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll,” Misha Fair comments on her music.

Misha Fair will release brand-new music at the beginning of March. With her first country genre offering ‘Memphis’ dropping on March 4, 2023.

For audiences who haven’t known the musical artist by now, they are already missing out. She is a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to subscribe to all Misha Fair’s social media and streaming services to keep up-to-date with the singer-songwriter. - Spinex Music


"Spotlight Artist: Misha Fair"

Misha Fair - “Daydreaming”
Or are we daydreaming? This record is seductive, poignant and ever so smooth, Fair captivates us with a voice so smooth, its hypnotic. - Airplay Magazine


"She-Beats Artist Feature/Recognition:"

"...EXCELLENT WORK FROM THIS YOUNG LADY.. DEFINITELY SEE HER GOING GREAT PLACES... GREAT VOCALS.. ATTITUDE.. SHE PAINTS A PICTURE WITH JUST HER VOICE... AND RECOGNIZABLE.. LET'S GIVE IT UP TO MISHA FAIR"
~Aquarius Minded - She-Beats


"Mezonic Records:"

Indezonic Radio Vol. 1 Winner----Rank #1 out of 100 contestants - Mezonic Records


"Upper State Independent Awards"

2009 Upper State Independent Awards Nomination - Upper State Independent Awards


Discography

  • "True Love's Divine" (performer/writer)-2005 Lee Hogans [Album:The Vibe Orientation]
  • "Against All Odds" (performer/writer) -2016 Lee Hogans [Album: What We Play Is Life] 
  • "I'm Good" (co-writer) -2017 Case [Amazon Exclusive]
  • "Who Want It" (performer)-2017 David Banner ft. Black Thought [Album:The God Box]
  • "Spinnin'" (writer/performer)-2018 Case [Album:Therapy]
  • "TM3 (performer)-2019 Yelawolf [Album: Trunk Musik III]
  • "The World" (performer)- 2019 Demun Jones [Album:DEMUN]
  • "Dirty" (performer)-2019 Demun Jones [Album:DEMUN]
  • "I AM" (Performer, Arranger)-2020 Alex Harris 
  • "Memphis" (Performer, Writer)- 2023 Misha Fair

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Misha Fair, a prolific singer-songwriter, has been making a bold impression with her classic country vocals and expressive lyrics. Those who have been fortunate enough to see her dynamic performances are in high expectation of her upcoming solo releases.

A product of a musical family, the singer-songwriter’s family has had major label success from RCA to Atlantic Records. As a result, she spent most of her early childhood development in the same studios as Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the SOS Band, Isaac Hayes, and many other music legends.

With a rich musical legacy written into her DNA, her childhood was shaped by this reality in remarkable yet complicated ways. While most of her kindergarten classmates were toting My Buddies to Show-n-Tell, her father would join her, off tour, with members of the S.O.S. Band, fully costumed.

Enthralled in the family business, she quickly earned a reputation as the little girl with the big voice, wowing audiences with renditions of LeAnne Rimes’ ‘Blue’ and other tunes by country artists such as Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, as well as rock singer-songwriters Pat Benatar, and Joan Jett.

 She was trained from a young age as a classical vocalist, but found her passion in jazz, hip hop, and the gritty alternative sound of the mid ‘90s. She performed in countless marquee, and children’s choirs in her hometown. Unbeknownst to her, there was a wave of hip-hop and RnB sweeping Atlanta, and the young Misha Fair found her tribe along the confluence of the shared and varied traditions that make up the musical ethos of the United States.

Misha Fair attended college on a vocal performance scholarship. Minoring in linguistic studies, she may be one of the few country artists able to sing and write in multiple romance languages.

In 2008, she began an internship at Wondaland Arts Society after a chance meeting with Janelle Monae. Her professional career was kickstarted after she began assisting creatively with many of her early projects.

She has collaborated with artists, songwriters, and producers including the likes of Blanco Brown, Breland, Demun Jones, and Yelawolf.

As she embarks on a solo musical career she looks to join her country music contemporaries as a prolific singer-songwriter. All the while, she remains in high demand as a vocal trainer and artist developer.

“I’m a classically trained, Southern girl, who fell in love with everything great about this country. My songs have been deep-fried in folk, gospel and bluegrass and are best served with a side of rhythm and blues, and rock and roll,” Misha Fair comments on her music.

For audiences who haven’t known the musical artist by now, they are already missing out. She is a force to be reckoned with. Be sure to subscribe to all Misha Fair’s social media and streaming services to keep up-to-date with the singer-songwriter.

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