Samantha has been writing and producing for over 15 years. She began her first recordings with her father, the late Maurice Gibb of the Bee Gees. They released some early recordings under the name Luna Park.
In 2003, Samantha released recordings she had worked on with her father as well as some other tracks, under the name M.E.G. (for Maurice Ernest Gibb)
By 2007, she decided to move to Nashville with her band. Upon their arrival, Samantha decided to make a documentary called “A Nashville State of Mind”. The film was inspired by her and her band’s move to Nashville and the incredible musicians and talent they encountered there. The film got into over 15 film festivals and won best international music doc in 2008 at the LA/NY International film and music festival.
In 2010 Samantha and her band and a new band name (Samantha Gibb and the Cartel) crossed the pond for their first U.K. tour to promote their album Wrong Side, as well as hitting up the US East Coast for an acoustic tour later that year.
In February, 2012, she sang at the Hard Rock Live in Ft. Lauderdale, FL with her Uncle, Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees, for his first solo concert in the US. With great success from the shows, Samantha continued to tour with her uncle until 2014. In the beginning of 2015, she sang with him again for the Miami Beach Centennial show in Miami Beach, FL.
After touring Samantha started her company M.E.G. Production House with her husband, Film /Camera operator and director, Paul Landin and her writing partner and music producer, Lazaro Rodriguez. Together they continually released music and videos independently and create media content for themselves and other artists and musicians.
Most recently, Samantha has been working on a tribute album for her father and uncles. ”It has been a long time coming and we are s excited it has evolved into a beautiful family project”. The album includes the children, nieces and nephews, as well as the brother’s younger sister, covering and putting their own style and new flavor to each track.