After releasing two albums on a major label, singer-songwriter Amy Correia (Lakeville, MA) goes DIY for her third full-length You Go Your Way. The bass ukelele is her main axe , a down-home instrument that stand its ground even during the orchestrated bits of the songs.
Correia sounds like a folkie Cyndi Lauper, with a rough but captivating phrasing. Lyrics are her forte. The angry but funny Powder Blue Trans Am about trying to catch a man or exposing the hidden fears of a loud-mouth chick City Girl, she is able to paint a lively picture of the song's protagonist.
You Go Your Way is nominated in three categories for the 11th Annual Independent Music Awards. After succeeding to raise over $35,000 to cover the costs for creating this album, Amy Correia proves that she's got it right and the major labels, once again, got it wrong.
- You Go Your Way
- Love Changes Everything
- Powder Blue Trans Am
- Took Him Away
- Carolina Rail
- City Girl
- Rock, Tree, River
- O Lord
- Old Habits
- Celli Singing to Us
- 04/14 Union County Arts Center, Rahway, NJ
- 05/30 Club Passim, Cambridge, MA