GREAT REVIEW FROM MUSIC CITY ROOTS SHOW - BY CRAIG HAVIGHURST
Amelia White is musical comfort food for me, coming from that classic place between singer/songwriter, jangle pop and country that comes for the beating heart of the Americana format. I’ve been a fan for years. Her voice is plaintive and real, and her songs each have some fascinating crystalline shape that invites close attention and touch. I loved the brisk snappy mood of opener “Daddy Run” and the half desperate, tempted to the breaking point quality of “Dangerous Angel.” Really sharp was a new song with the really very funny and true observation about the ubiquity of gossip: “dogs bark; people talk.” She brought a razor sharp band that included not just one banging country-plus guitarist (Sergio Webb) but another (John Jackson) who dazzled on frets and slide respectively.