"Her voice fills the empty spaces in your bones."
- New Times
Ã¢Â€Â¢ "Taking up the road where Carole King, Janis Ian and Joni Mitchell have trod..."
- BILLBOARD "Acts to Watch," May 1999
Ã¢Â€Â¢ Named "The Courage of Music - 40 to Watch who will make the next century as exciting as the last" by the Miami Herald, December 1999
- the sole songwriter among cultural trailblazers, activists and visionaries.
Ã¢Â€Â¢ "Best Overall" and "Best Upbeat"
Songwriter 1998 (South Florida Folk Festival)
Ã¢Â€Â¢ Best Solo Musician 1999 (Miami New Times)
Ã¢Â€Â¢ 1999 Kerrville NewFolk finalist
Ã¢Â€Â¢ Charter member Nashville's 20/20 Songwriter's Group
"Beloved Song Weaver" is the literal translation of her name, and a defining moniker as she braids her voice, lyric and melody into a rare musical fabric cherished by all who hear it.
Amy traces her heritage back to Native Americans through two Great-Grandmothers, who settled in Oklahoma when it was still a Territory. Her music reflects this same pioneering spirit. "Passionate, perceptive, exceptionally gifted, she sings to the listener's soul." says Nina Korman, Miami New Times.
Her songs are a gift of literate, humorous, often profound poems of one woman's journey from precious child, to woman to mother, to "Songweaver."
Check out the artist's website:
1. I Come From Women
2. Did You Spend Last Night Like Me
3. Daddy, Don't Let Go
4. Just Because
5. You Can't Kiss Me
6. Flat in West LA
7. Still You Cry
8. Day In and Day Out
9. It Still Happens
10. Nothing Else to Do