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Amy Black's Heart & Soul: A Classic Rhythm & Blues Revue - 10/6/19Sunday, October 06 2019 11:00 AM Doors / 12:30 PM Start / Ends 2:00 PM
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Amy Black's Heart & Soul: A Classic Rhythm & Blues Revue - 10/6/19
at City Winery Chicago
- 11:00 AM
- 12:30 PM
- 2:00 PM
A brunch buffet is available for purchase for this show! Click here to purchase the brunch buffet.
Amy Black's Heart & Soul: A Classic Rhythm & Blues Revue Brunch
Nashville-based artist Amy Black returns to Chicago to play a special blues and classic R&B brunch show for a powerful cause: Supporting Chicago-area survivors of human trafficking. A portion of the evening's ticket and merch sales will be donated to the non-profit Magdalene House Chicago to further their work with survivors of trafficking.
ABOUT MAGDALENE HOUSE CHICAGO
Magdalene House Chicago, Inc. is a home and enterprise for positive, personal change in Chicago's anti-sex trafficking community. They offer women survivors the flexibility, advocacy, and humanity they need to heal and become leaders through a residential program that includes 24 months of rent-free housing, access to trauma-informed health and mental health services, job training, education, and other critical, community-based services.
ABOUT AMY BLACK
As a singer and songwriter, Amy Black is known for her authenticity and versatility. Her live performance, like her songwriting, spans from tender and vulnerable...to dynamic and powerful.
Amy's love of many classic forms of American music led her from Boston, where she started her career...to Nashville...to Muscle Shoals...and, most recently, to Memphis to record with members of the Hi rhythm section (Al Green's backing band).
While always drawn to singers of soul, blues and gospel, it wasn't until Amy began exploring her own southern soul roots for her third album, The Muscle Shoals Sessions, that she knew her next project had to be made in the place where blues and soul converge (and where she herself was conceived); where Al Green, Otis Redding and so many others turned grit and groove into some of the world's most beloved tunes. Black then hunted down several top musical architects (members Hi rhythm section - Al Green's backing band) to help her lay down the sound she wished to make -- the sound of Memphis.
Amy's song "Without You" can be heard in the Clint Eastwood film, The Mule.