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Amelia White / Press

“Ebullient choruses and complicated moods Literate verse and ravaged guitars and a level of composition and craftsmanship that brings to mind Lucinda Williams, Tom Petty, and Ryan Adams.”

Joan Anderman - Boston Globe

“Literate and raw…White’s spirited live shows are unique and unadulterated…hard to resist”

Seattle Stranger

“Love songs give way to landscapes, both confesstional and wider than herself, with details that never intrude on the sonic thrust.”

Roy Kasten - No Depression

“Its no wonder that Amelia White is being touted as the next Lucinda Williams…but White has her own strong songs, and strong style”

Washington Post

“Her natural delivery seems from such a personal place and the songs so well written that White proves to be an artist of great distinction.”

Miles Of Music

“Nashville songwriter Amelia White sings with the grace and ease of a seasoned star”


“Fiery topical ideas and emotional stories that name-check places such as Tupelo, as good country songs do. She sings ‘em with a hint of Virginia-bred twang that’s natural and charming”

The Tennessean

“A great Unknown.”

NPR's All Songs Considered

“I can’t get Amelia White’s song BLACK DOVES outta my head…as with any great song it actually hits the heart more deeply with it’s melody than with it’s words”

Peter Blackstock - No Depression

“Rumor has it Morning Song is getting pitched to Tim and Faith but it’s plenty charming here as a frayed-edged pedal steel washed ballad.”

Jewly Hight - Nashville Scene

“Smart and catchy and tuneful in a way that recalls Steve Earle’s mesh of power chords, jangle and meaty rhythm section”

Roy Kaston - No Depression

“White has emerged as one of the best local up-and comers since moving to Music City four years ago”

Michael McCall - Nashville Scene