w/ Hannah Glavor & Rain Ezra
Amy sings to you from her hometown of Portland, Oregon, combining her classical vocal training with her gospel music roots in her low, smooth sound. Drawing her influence from artists like Norah Jones, Jazmine Sullivan, and Adele, Amy writes from her personal heartbreaks and those around her, always contemplating what it means to stay gracious (and keep your humor) in a grey, rainy world.
Her current project, an EP entitled Babybird. is releasing August 2022, and laughs you through a story of getting hurt, getting angry, and getting strong while staying soft. It's a soulful funk fusion album that falls somewhere between Adele and Lizzo, sometimes dancey and sometimes sugar sweet, with influences from Lake Street Drive, Yebba, and a little bit of church.
Hannah Glavor is a Portland based singer-songwriter with a cinematic range of indie rock revelry and raw folk spirit, clutched together by catching pop elements. She has been on the West Coast scene for the past decade sharing the stage and touring with a broad range of sound like Liz Vice, Joseph, and Y La Bamba.
With “So Far, So Long” (2020) Hannah beckons a new chapter of sound in her partnership with the analog masters at Mason Jar Music in Brooklyn, New York (Feist, Fleet Foxes, Andrew Bird). Her evocative lyricism, intimate vocal delivery, and enthralling arrangements conjure a compelling and eclectic blend of comparisons from Faye Webster to Fleet Foxes to Feist to Metric.
Her songs and mantra have not ceased to strive to give language to hope; having weathered losses, difficult transitions, and surviving brain surgery in 2017. Her cry for peace and hope, even in the worst of life's storms, is an invitation for all to fight to see and love others around them.
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