New York, NY —
 
 
Amy Correia is back in town with her band at Joe’s Pub at The Public on Thursday, March 14th!
 
 
Award winning singer-songwriter Amy Correia returns to New York City for a night at Joe’s Pub on March 14th for a show with her band.  Correia is a mesmerizing performer, whose mixture of raw power and musical honesty has been compared to Michelle Shocked and Tom Waits by The New York Times music critic Jon Pareles. Amy’s latest album You Go Your Way was a leap of faith as much as a declaration of independence, when Amy went her own way and raised over $35K to create her third album. After two major label releases with EMI, her first independent release went on to receive international raves from fans and critics alike and won the 2012 Independent Music Award for Best Folk, Singer Songwriter album. 
 
SHOW DETAILS
 
What: Amy Correia returns to NYC with her Boston band, featuring Kimon Kirk (bass), Andy Plaisted (drums), Mike Castellana (guitar)
When: Thursday March 14, 2013
Where: Joe’s Pub
425 Lafayette Street
NY, NY 10003
Time: 9:30 PM SHARP
Tix: $15 in advance/$18.00 at door
To order tickets by phone, call 212-967-7555 from noon to 8 PM Monday through Sunday. 
 
PRESS 
 
“Nothing short of a masterpiece.” Steve Almond, author of Rock N Roll Will Save Your Life 
 
“She’s back in top form with “You Go Your Way” another rootsy gem of an album.” Evan Schlansky, American Songwriter 
 
“…a fine record, with spare, sharp rhythm parts highlighting the strong, bluesy vocals, and featuring uncommonly effective string-quartet arrangements by Paul Bryan” 
The New Yorker 
 
“Her distinctive brand of musical storytelling sets her outside the usual set of quirky female singer-songwriters making her as one New York Times reviewer claimed, ‘more like the cat who eats the canary than the fragile bird itself.'” Anthony DeCurtis, sitting in for John Schaefer, WNYC’s Soundcheck
 
“….a singer-songwriter to watch. Her voice, too, is an unusual and original one: She’s got hints of Sam Phillips and Aimee Mann, but she sounds more knowing than either one.”  Tris McCall, The Star Ledger (NJ)
 
 
Photo credit of Amy Correia: Jeff Fasano
For more information: http://www.amycorreia.com
 
 
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