Fairchild’s impressive career in music began in 1994 with her first album, She’s Not Herself, and she has continued to attract attention to her unique blend of folk, rock, and pop since its release. With a voice drawing comparisons to Sheryl Crow, the combination of Amy’s vocal and songwriting expertise makes for an intimate and introspective listening experience. Amy Fairchild isn’t afraid to put it all out there with confessional and personal lyrics; however, her latest release has proven to be less literal and leaves more for the listener’s interpretation. There’s something to be said for the pop sensibilities that are present on the album when packaged with Fairchild’s own brand of folk. In fact, The Boston Globe described it as “a hooky swirl of country, folk and pop goodness.”
Susan Cattaneo is not afraid of the dark. A powerful singer and sophisticated songwriter, Susan has seen the darkness in the corners and sings about it fearlessly. Following in the footsteps of Matraca Berg, Kim Richey, Lucinda Williams and Gretchen Peters, the well-respected Boston artist combines vivid storytelling with a modern songwriter’s spin. Call it New England Americana with a twang. Respectful of tradition, but not bound by it, Susan blends rock, folk and blues with a healthy dose of country.
Todd Thibaud is a Vermont born, Boston based Singer-Songwriter whose songs are a slice of what life is really like…the pains and pleasures, love lost and life reborn. Using songwriters like Elvis Costello, Neil Finn, Johnny Cash and John Hiatt for inspiration, Thibaud has built a sound that is entirely his own. His music is meshed with elements of Americana, Folk, Country and Roots Pop Rock, making it seem at once familiar and new. Todd has released several CDs, with the newest, Water & Sand, due out this spring.
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