PRESS FOR APPLEWOOD ROAD
PRESS FOR AMY SPEACE'S "THAT KIND OF GIRL" (REL. 3/2015)
Jay Minkin, Cleveland Music Writer, just named "That Kind Of Girl" to his Best of 2015 list, naming it the Best Female Album of 2015. Very esteemed company. And I'm honored. Thanks Jay.
But the one that touched my heart the most belonged to Amy Speace and the beautiful That Kind of Girl. Produced by Neilson Hubbard, the twelve tracks offer a view into the many steps of recovery from a broken hearted relationship. The Nashville singer/songwriter, who gathered a wealth of talent to play on this album, has her lyrics dripping with emotion. Favorites tracks include “That Kind of Girl” whose chorus bleeds I let you get to me / It felt the end of the world/ I let you level me/ I didn’t know I was that kind of girl and the crushed relationship of “Raincoat” will want you giving this songwriter a hug. The next time someone tells you they don’t make good music anymore, tell them they must not have heard of Amy Speace-- Jay Minkin
Amy Speace: A Singer-Songwriter Just Trying To Make Do
Listen to the NPR show "Marketplace" where Amy is interviewed about being a working class musician, following her piece in The New York Times Editorial Section
And read the original piece in The Times and watch the video of her song, co-written with Neilson Hubbard, "Spent"
NEW YORK TIMES "YOUR MONEY" (4/25/15)
Listen to the interview/performance with Amy on WNYC's show "The Takeaway", which originally aired 4/14/15
"Amy Speace On Life as a Working Class Musician in a Changing Economy"
Reviews of THAT KIND OF GIRL