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Amy Kuney

August 26, 2008

 “The California-based ingénue has some fine tunes of her own..her voice is especially lovely..,” -Ann Powers, Los Angeles Times

         – “An absorbing voice,”  -Time Out, Ventura
– “She totally worked it. She’s like Fiona Apple and Sarah McLachlan, an amazing lyricist”, -Kate Voegele as told to People Magazine
“Thank you for bringing her to my attention. I sincerely adore the album,” Larry Flick, Sirius Radio 



 New Album:  Bird’s Eye View

As a teenager, the Los Angeles-based singer songwriter was uprooted from her all-American, Midwestern home and transplanted to Honduras by her missionary family. 
“We moved from our comfortable to, basically, an issue of National Geographic,” she says.  “Through it all, I found my writing voice.  It became a sort of shock absorber for the poverty, the ugliness and hard surface of reality. I became a rebel, and songwriting became my quiet but strong protest.”
Kuney’s music was spotlighted on the season finale to One Tree Hill last month.  She performed as a folk singer on The Gilmore Girls, and has performed over l00 shows during the past year.   



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