Merrie Amsterburg

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Merrie Amsterburg is a singer-songwriter born in Ludington, Michigan.[1] Her music has folk, rock, and pop influences. She has been compared to Beth Orton, Tori Amos, Aimee Mann, and others. She has won two Boston Music Awards, a Boston Phoenix Award, and a Jam Magazine Award.[2]

She uses several instruments in her songs, including the guitar, the trumpet, the mandolin, the Indian banjo, the bouzouki, the harmonium, and even a 1970s Kenmore washing machine.

Prior to her solo career, she was the guitarist and singer for The Natives and Miss Understood.[3]

Discography

External links

  • Official website
  • Article on Merrie Amsterburg in the Noise

References

  1. ^ http://www.shorelinemedia.net/ludington_daily_news/archives/amsterburg-s-singing-career-soars-on/article_6472ce19-bd6f-5403-bd92-c68d3ed7ec4e.html
  2. ^ http://www.qdivisionrecords.com/merrieamsterburg/
  3. ^ https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/music/2013/09/05/there-something-about-merrie-amsterburg/UHrzRdIpM0lmwZa43QgCxN/story.html


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