Amy Atchley

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Amy Atchley
Wednesday, July 17, 2019 9:30 PM
Geraldine's, Austin, TX
 
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Original music from Austin, TX. Ethereal vocals and catchy melodies with pop, indie rock, folk, and classical influences. 
 
"... angelic voice, infectious songs." Hits Magazine
 
Singer-songwriter Amy Atchley expertly-crafts indie pop songs brimming with infectious melodies reminiscent of chanteuses like Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson. On her latest release, Where You Go, Atchley’s ethereal voice draws listeners into a dreamy new world, from “Raincoat,” influenced by classic French pop, to the sexy “Sway,” which captures the thrilling rush of love. The live show is edgy and rocks while having an intimate quality as the vibe transports listeners to a hypnotic escape of cadence and harmonies meshed with sentimental sounds.
 
In addition to her thriving solo career, Atchley, a former member of critically-acclaimed Austin groups Fabu and Hush, has also recorded a number of jingles used in ad campaigns by Disney, eBay, and other well-known companies. A graduate of the University of Texas’ School of Music, Atchley draws upon a number of influences ranging from classical music to Radiohead. Her backing band, which includes cello and ukulele (Atchley contributes on piano and guitar), is versatile enough to incorporate all of Atchley’s varied influences, resulting in an infectious indie pop sound that is fronted by Amy’s ethereal soprano.
 
"Her songs rumble with emotion." - New York Times
 
“... the Austin singer-songwriter delivers impeccably crafted originals that fully capture her pop smarts, vocal prowess and accomplished musicianship.”  - Music News Nashville
 
"... laid-back ethos blasted with a summery, Barton Springs vibe … piano ballads nuanced by her delicate, controlled vox … a love provocation, swaying back and forth through a haze of guitar and key scales." - Austin Chronicle