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Amy Annelle

Fri - Jan 19, 2018

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Amy Annelle is a songwriter and folk musician whose work balances exploration with a reverence for America’s restless, divergent musical past.  She’s been recording and touring for almost two decades, crafting “richly textured, exotic song-worlds that often bear little resemblance to standard voice-and-guitar folk songs” (Billboard). 


Over the course of nine albums and countless miles logged on the road, Amy has cultivated a rarefied voice and a repertoire that “blooms with open-hearted, lustful vulnerability and a harrowing naturalistic solitude” (Crawdaddy). 


Since her first single appeared in 1998, Amy has released a stream of critically acclaimed albums, first using the moniker ‘The Places’, then her own name. After a few years in Portland, Oregon’s burgeoning music scene, she made a home on the road, touring as a soloist or with ingenious pickup groups which brought together friends from folk, jazz, country and experimental music circles. 


In between travels she stayed in different regions of the country, living rough, working odd jobs and immersing herself in the people, places and history around her. Her songs, photographs and essays bear witness to this journey, into forgotten eddies of America and deep within herself. Amy has touched many with her performances, which have taken place everywhere from art collectives and house concerts to folk festivals and rock clubs, from community radio stations and street corners to New York City’s Town Hall.


Amy's version of Townes Van Zandt's "Buckskin Stallion Blues" appears in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", the new film by writer and director Martin McDonagh. The song also appears on the film soundtrack, released by Varèse Sarabande. 


In addition to her own work, Amy has sung with Michael Hurley, Daniel Johnston, Bill Callahan, Jolie Holland and Jandek. A new studio album, "High Country", is planned for 2018. She resides in Montopolis, Texas.


"richly textured, exotic song-worlds"--Billboard


"powerfully affecting"--TimeOut NY

"devastating delicacy"--Austin Chronicle

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