Sep 28, 2009

Amy Wadge - New Single and Tour Dates




Amy Wadge - Free fall ( Live )




NEW SINGLE: HOLD ME
RELEASED: 12 OCTOBER
LABEL: CHOICE MUSIC
FORMAT: DIGITAL/BUNDLE


Monday 12th October sees the release of 'Hold Me', the sublimely sweet and simply beautiful single from Welsh songbird Amy Wadge. A love song in the most classic sense, it is an unapologetically direct appeal to a lover, delivered with uncomplicated, but heartfelt lyrics in Amy's trademark vocal.


Produced by Stan Kybert (Oasis, Massive Attack, Paul Weller), the track builds from sparse beginnings, through myriad melodies and gorgeous harmonies in the chorus, into a huge, layered sound that makes 'Hold Me' an irresistible teaser of what's to come on her forthcoming album.


Amy, who has previously won the much coveted 'Best Female Solo Artist' at the Welsh Music Awards, has taken time off in the last year as she recently became a mum, but is now back with a renewed sense of vigour and a whole new bank of stories to tell and songs to sing.


'Hold Me' is the first single from Amy's new album (due for release in Spring 2010), that is sure to please her ever-growing and dedicated fanbase (especially in her native Wales), as well as win over brand new support from lovers of beautifully crafted songs and a wonderful voice.


With years of touring experience under her belt (she has supported Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, Damien Rice and Eric Bibb amongst others), Amy has developed and nurtured an absolutely captivating and quite magical live experience, which she will once more take to the road with over the coming months. Please keep an eye on: www.amywadge.com/ www.myspace.com/amywadge for further announcements.


'Hold Me' will be available digitally from 12th October at: www.amywadgeholdme.com, and will be available to pre-order from 17th August.


Upcoming gigs: (see full listings - www.amywadge.com)


October 2009


Thursday 8th Cowbridge Fashion Week - The Hair Business, Cowbridge
Saturday 10th House Gig, Private Function
Thursday 29th Acapela, Pentyrch (nr. Cardiff)
Saturday 31st The Chattery, Swansea




'Pint sized poetess with valley quaking voice. Her songs have a raw vibrancy that suit her earthy voice and emotionally mature lyrics' - Q magazine.


Americymru interview with Amy Wadge here:-  "Ten Questions With Amy Wadge"





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