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AMY ANDREWS Appearing Sunday October 4th 2015 at 7:30pm


"All over the country, artists maintain a commitment to affecting change through their art and their actions. Amy Andrews is one of those artists. …" 
-- Rachel Bailey,  

Her sound has been described as beautifully melancholy, heartbreakingly honest, the perfect marriage of Alison Krauss purity and Patty Griffin soul.

A displaced yankee, a full fledged cat lady, and an opera singer turned folk songwriter, Amy Andrews has received numerous awards and honors for her songwriting and what one audience member has deemed her ability to "transport" listeners with her performances, and befriend them with her unassuming wit, charm, and candor.

Amy has shared some of folk music's most respected stages and venues with musicians from Gregory Alan Isakov to Rose Cousins, Joseph Arthur to Catie Curtis, Rebecca Loebe to Glen Phillips, of Toad the Wet Sprocket, and more.

Ever the traveling musician, her calendar is full of performances outside of the south, with recent tours to the Pacific Northwest, Canada, and Alaska, for concerts and festivals in big cities, and long-forgotten gold rush towns.

Amy currently lives in Decatur, GA, but will always long for Chesapeake Bay.

"... Andrews’ powerful and dramatically dynamic voice transitions seamlessly from soaring to reserved and intimately compliments her heartfelt lyrics and raw honesty. Pointedly personal, pleading and direct, sensitive and sincere, Amy Andrews leaves her listeners emotionally wrought and begging for more."

---- Michael Thornton, MADE Paper