“Song Weaver” Amy Carol Webb

Amy Carol Webb at the Will McLean Folk Festival March 2012
Amy Carol Webb at the Will McLean Folk Festival March 2012

Music critics have described Miami Springs singer songwriter Amy Carol Webb as passionate, powerful and profound.  The nationally acclaimed acoustic musician is known as a Miami Herald, “One to Watch,” a Billboard “Act to Watch” and New Times “Best Solo Artist.”  Donna Green-Townsend takes a closer look at just what inspires this award-winning artist in this interview that originally aired on WUFT-FM in September of 2004.

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Amy performing on the Old Marble Stage at the Florida Folk Festival on May 27th, 2012 during a pouring rain.  She received a request to do “These Are My Own.”  As you will see in the video, it presented quite the challenge to the interpreter for the hearing-impaired assigned to the stage.

The pouring rain coming down also seemed like the appropriate time for Amy to sing her song, “We Are Made of Rain.”

Amy Carol Webb and company at the Will McLean Folk Festival, 2012
Amy Carol Webb and company at the Will McLean Folk Festival, 2012
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Amy Carol Webb performing at the Sunday Sampler Series at the Old Train Depot in Dunnellon in the Fall of 2012.

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