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A dramatic change in pace and emotion followed when Amy Green, fresh from Ohio, took the stage in the second act. The audience was not prepared for the sheer haunting power of Amy’s voice. Amy opened accompanied by the soulful chords of guitarist Pete Hill. Later, Amy’s husband and co-writer Jamie accompanied her for ‘Rain Song’ which was darkly atmospheric and reminiscent of American blues tradition. Amy held the audience captive with her passionate and animated singing style. As with all of Amy’s performance, little accompaniment was needed as vivid imagery was encapsulated by a powerful voice which could rapidly and easily transcend through all the ranges. One member of the audience commented that they would “really like to hear Amy sing a song in Accapella” and another “really enjoyed her acoustic version of Baby D’s ‘Let me be your fantasy’”
- NGG


A refreshing range of singer-songwriters performed at the Que Pasa bar and restaurant in Slough last week. The line-up included two international performers on a UK tour. One from Boston USA, and one from Toronto, Canada.
Amy Green, who originates from Ohio, settled here in Slough just over a year ago. “I write my own stuff, I wrote my first song when I was seven.” said Amy, “I enjoy singing covers too.” Her performance began with her cover version of Wuthering Heights accompanied by Pete Hill. Amy uses a lot of movement in her singing, capturing and engaging the audience. She also performed one of her own songs which was astoundingly accompanied by nothing other than drums, played by husband Jamie.
Richard Hill BBC - BBC


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Amy Green now a UK resident hails from Ohio and has performed across the U.S.A at festivals in New York, Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Helena, Bear Creek Ohio to name but a few. As well as having regularly performed at established venues in Ohio and touring Borders Book stores and the Scorchers bar circuits.
While adjusting to life in the UK over the last couple of years Amy has been working on new material which has been very well received by her new UK fans.
In a review of Slough's Que Pasa Bar's International gig night Tim Condliffe of the National Gig Guide describes Amys performance.
"when Amy Green, fresh from Ohio took the stage the audience was not prepared for the sheer haunting power of Amy’s voice. Amy opened accompanied by the soulful chords of guitarist Pete Hill. Later, Amy’s husband and co-writer Jamie accompanied her for ‘Rain Song’ which was darkly atmospheric and reminiscent of American blues tradition. Amy held the audience captive with her passionate and animated singing style. As with all of Amy’s performance, little accompaniment was needed as vivid imagery was encapsulated by a powerful voice which could rapidly and easily transcend through all the ranges. One member of the audience commented that they would “really like to hear Amy sing a song in Accapella” and another “really enjoyed her acoustic version of Baby D’s ‘Let me be your fantasy’”
Its giving performances like that which since made Amy in house vocalist for Freehersal Open Jam Nights.
Amy toured parts of Spain during 2006/2007,Parviz Montavari of Marbella's exclusive Shri Mandella was so impressed that he asked and then insisted The Amy Green Project to return to Spain to perform on new years eve.
2008
As well as the Amy Green Project Amy has now been chosen to replace Jill Sawood of Shakatak to front the reformed Fusion Orchestra, a band who previously toured with Genesis, Velvet Underground, Thin Lizzie, Iron Maiden to name but a few.