Congratulations to... country/blues/Americana artist Amy Allen, who has received a four-star review in the French publication, Routes du rock. Reviewer Gérard Desmeroux wrote the following about Amy's latest CD, "Someday Is Today":
"Amy Allen comes from Eldorado (Arkansas) where she began to sing as a child in the local church. Today she's relocated in Nashville after travelling and singing everywhere, including the White House and the Ryman Auditorium … and some shows in Kenya. Amy has a really beautiful voice and she sings with assurance. By dint of singing different styles of music, it's difficult to define exactly her today work; a little bit country, a little bit Americana. It's probably easier to say that today she's a pop singer with country influences. We also must note her skills as a songwriter and she's penned the 11 songs for this CD, "Someday is today", which is her second album only. This record is notable for Amy's voice and thought the instrumental support is varied, it keeps the right place and the good level. The keyboards are present on "Cryin' Time" and especially on a very exciting "Gotta Find JT". Amy sings "Tail Shaker" and "Thought of Being Alone" with all her energy and so, brings the audience to her Rock side. With "Abbey Lane", the album includes a tribute to the Beatles. We've found here a genuine singer whose Pop style is really pleasant." -- G.D.
You can hear songs from "Someday Is Today" at Amy's website: http://www.TheAmyAllen.com . Amy is represented by Whiting Publicity and Music City Artist Management. Booking inquiries: (615) 423-9857 or Arts@WhitingPublicity.com
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