Music

Amy Mayes Band

Thursday 26 September 2024

A soulful, raw, and powerful storyteller, Amy Mayes has become a powerhouse of a voice who will reach into your soul and take you on a journey akin to her own. Creating a sound and perfecting her art, Amy has been making waves on the music scene, driving her steady rise to notable recognition.

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Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £15.00
On the door £19.00

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A soulful, raw, and powerful storyteller, Amy Mayes has become a powerhouse of a voice who will reach into your soul and take you on a journey akin to her own. Creating a sound and perfecting her art, Amy has been making waves on the music scene, driving her steady rise to notable recognition.

Amy’s sound is not something that can be easily defined. Amy has created a sound which can be described as both powerful and subtle, strong but soulful. Calling on artists like Aretha Franklin, Bessie Smith, Stevie Wonder and BB King to name a few, spanning across the genres and taking away the unique nuances of each, Amy has blended this with her own truly heartfelt emotion to encapsulate her audiences and deliver performances that stay with you.

Amy has graced iconic stages like Shepherds Bush Empire, Manchester Opera House, Birmingham Symphony Hall, and Ronnie Scott’s. And she wasn’t alone, Amy has had the privilege and honour of sharing the stage with Rod Stewart, Jeff Beck, Imelda May, Lulu, and Johnny Depp, not to mention touring alongside Ronnie Wood for his ‘Mad Lad’ album tour, amongst the previously mentioned musical icons.

Having signed to WHM music, ‘An Introduction’ was released and showcased to a sell-out at Ronnie Scott’s. A debut E.P that features the brilliant guitarist Robbie McIntosh and the equally brilliant pianist Ben Waters, Amy’s journey has come a long way and doesn’t look to be slowing down.