AMY BEZUNARTEA » Biography
The record runs the gamut from chamber-folk songs about the unstable and chaotic existence that comes from working in restaurants (Doubles, Restaurants & Bars), to breezy, bright pop songs about not being able to sleep (I Lie Awake At Night (But That’s All Right)) to spare , introspective tales from the road to self-acceptance (All The Things We Were Supposed To Be, Bridges) to a devastating look at “how sad it is to be a girl” (The Light) that was written in part as a response to the death of the actress Brittany Murphy.
“Amy’s record is real life storytelling reminiscent of the classics of the 50’s and 60’s. But a closer listen to her songs reveals an original and important new voice.” - John Agnello, Producer.
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