Good Grammy news: 

Three of the fine musicians on Amy’s cd “Nantucket to Nashville†were up for Grammys! Russ Barenberg, nominated for Best Country Instrumental www.russbarenberg.com Mark Fain and Andy Leftwich both with Ricky Skaggs who won Best Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album.

Freight Train Boogie! 

Tracks from Summertown are included in podcast #175

Listen here: http://ftbpodcasts.com

Hardly Stricly Eelgrass 

A Nantucket Roots Music Project by the Nantucket Academy of Music

Two days of local music. Thursday, August 9 & Friday, August 10 4:00-7:00 Both days

Line up:

Thursday:
4:00-4:20 Jess Clemons
4:30-5:00 4 EZ Payments
5:10-5:50 Chuck Colley Trio
6:00 Coq au Vin


Friday:
4:00-4:15 NIAM STARS Youth Chorale with Robert Behrman, piano and Jessica Heuser, director
4:25-4:45 Amy England
4:55-5:40 Earth Got the Blues
5:50 Southern Rail

Back in the Studio! 

A New Recording to be released this spring! Amy is in the studio in Nashville with Producer John Simpson recording new songs starting with the single "Something Blue". To see a rough video of the song click here: http://www.amyengland.net/music-24.html

Grammy News! 

Caera Aislingeach, who covered  Amy's song "Darlin" for her Celtic Lullabies CD was nominated for a Grammy Award (Album of the Year-A Collection of Celtic Lullabies;Best New Artist)