Amy Fairchild is a proud, determined survivor who gives a new cachet to tight, ultra-professional adult-pop with hip touches of folk and country. Her new album is a masterstroke of hooky melodies and razor-sharp lyrics that address the never-easy battlefield of the heart. She is by turns playful, hurt, mystified and ultimately hopeful that “I’m going to learn about love all over again,” as she belts in the album’s finale. Fairchild soars with six songs co-written with producer extraordinaire Adam Steinberg. They have a magical partnership, enhanced by Steinberg’s electric-guitar wizardry on rocking tracks such as “Situation,” “Hold Me Down,” and “Get It Right,” boosted by added guitar from Jim Weider of The Band. It’s all held together by Fairchild’s richly charismatic voice, which moves through the many moods on this album with a ruthless honesty that captivates throughout
— Steve Morse, music critic for The Boston Globe
 
 
If there still was a recording industry, this would come out on a major label and would be such a big hit you’d be sick of her by now. Not many people make records this good.
— Dave Marsh

Amy Fairchild is a multi-award winning songwriter living in Boston, MA. Right from the start of her musical career in Northampton, MA in 1996, this roots-pop beauty garnered high honors revealing a talented songwriter who deftly gets to the heart of the matter. She won the Lilith Fair Talent Competition in 1999 and took home a top Kerrville Folk Festival prize in 2001. She continued to bring home honors after the release of her 2002 record, "Mr. Heart" including The John Lennon Songwriting Competition, Maxell Song of the Year and the Billboard World Song Competition. Dave Marsh of Rolling Stone said, “If there still was a recording industry, this would come out on a major label and would be such a big hit you’d be sick of her by now. Not many people make records this good.” In June 2014 she released her self-titled third record to the acclaim of the best music writers in Boston including the legendary Steve Morse. With 3 videos in support of the record worthy of the best airplay from the MTV days, Amy shows no signs of taking her foot off the gas as she's back in the studio working on new material. Look for a new release in 2016!