Amy Wadge - Acoustig - Live at Acapela album flac
Title: Acoustig - Live at Acapela
MP3 album: 1682 mb
FLAC album: 1147 mb
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Genre: Pop / Folk and Country
Amy Victoria Wadge (born 22 December 1975) is a British singer-songwriter living in Wales but originally from Bristol. She has co-written tracks with Ed Sheeran, including his hit song "Thinking Out Loud" for which she won the 2016 Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Wadge was born and brought up in Backwell, a small village just outside Bristol, England
Amy's album releases. Amy's single & EP releases. Grammy winner, Amy Wadge, is one of the UK’s most prolific contemporary songwriters. Amy’s Album Releases. Amy Wadge, Amy Wadge, 2016, Co-written and performed, ADA. Afterglow, Amy Wadge & Pete Riley, 2012, Co-written and performed, Amy Wadge Records. Rivers Apart, Amy Wadge & Pete Riley, 2011, Co-written and performed, Amy Wadge Records. Acoustig, Amy Wadge, 2009, Written, performed and produced, Amy Wadge Records. Bump, Amy Wadge, 2008, Written, performed and produced, Amy Wadge Records. Tougher than Love, Hummingbird, 2007, Performed and co-written, Flying Sparks Records.
Amy Wadge (born December 1975) is a British singer-songwriter based in Wales but originally from Bristol. She has co-written tracks with Ed Sheeran, including his hit song "Thinking Out Loud" for which she won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Contents In 2002, Wadge won "Best Female Solo Act" at the annual Welsh Music Awards, ahead of Charlotte Church. In 2003, she toured Australia with the Welsh Rugby Team during the Rugby World Cup with the song "Adre Nôl". Later that year, she retained her "Best Female Solo Act" at the Welsh Music Awards.
Listen to music from Amy Wadge like Faith's Song, We Fall Down & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Amy Wadge. When she was 11 her parents found a guitar in a junk shop, brought it home and Amy taught herself to play along to Tracy Chapman’s debut album. It was then she discovered a passion for the guitar. While still at school, she regularly gigged around Bristol’s celebrated and numerous music venues.
Acoustig - Amy Wadge.
Amy Wadge and Pete Riley, Live at Acapela DVD (2010). Rivers Apart DVD Amy Wadge and Pete Riley (2011). In February 2014, Wadge visited Sheeran in his house for a chilling-out time, around that time, Sheerans second studio album, , was nearly completed.
Multi Story have revealed that they’re planning on releasing a double live album later this month. It’s titled Live At Acapela and was recorded at Cardiff’s Acapela Studios as a finale to the band’s tour in support of 2016’s Crimson Stone. It will launch on October 22 via F2 Music Ltd and feature tracks from all three Multi Story albums East/West, Through Your Eyes and Crimson Stone.
Amy Victoria Wadge (born 22 December 1975) is a British singer-songwriter living in Wales but originally from Bristol. The Celtic Festival of Wales (2010). Background information. Co-written & Performed.
|1||These Are The Songs|
|2||One More Day|
|3||Switch The Lights Off When You Go|
|6||Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me|
|7||Usa? We'll Wait And See|
|8||When You Kiss Me|
|10||Long Way To Go|
- Cello – Rhian Porter