You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your ReverbNation experience.
Performing after Rachael Yamagata
Doors open @ 6PM Tickets go on sale Saturday, November 26th at noon Full dinner menu available General Admission Standing Room Limited seating available First come, first seated Packages & Discounts for Large Groups of 10 or more (Subject to Availability)
Manager: Reese Lasher
Bio: When I was 13 years old, my dad was ‘called’ to be a missionary in Honduras -I had no idea my world was about to be kicked over on its side. One moment I was busy doing homework and planning slumber parties, the next moment I was in a third world country recovering from a Hurricane. I went into c...See Full Bio
: RT @emmykinney: This video/song/Amy's voice......all SO good and sexy. https://t.co/OZfwcyQLj9
“Amy Kuney's "All Downhill From Here" has been listened to nearly 250,000 times on her Myspace page. Kuney, who is 25, is part of a new class of musicians who are bushwhacking their way to success. Kuney isn't necessarily trying to use the old formula of getting signed to a record label — which is becoming increasingly difficult as the business splinters. Instead she's using a variety of online tools — from social media to YouTube. Eric Garland, the founder and CEO of Big Champagne, a company that tracks music online, says Kuney represents the new D.I.Y. dream for tens of thousands of musicians. "You do have artists, many artists, who set out to make a living as a small business — as an independent artist — and grow that business without necessarily having any intention or expectation that they will do business with a major music company," he says.”