Amy Helm w/ The  National Reserve (Album Release) (Sold Out, Sign Up For Wait List!) - 9/26

Amy Helm w/ The National Reserve (Album Release) (Sold Out, Sign Up For Wait List!) - 9/26

Wednesday, September 26 2018 6:00pm Doors / 8:00pm Start

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VIP
$30.00
Premier
$28.00
Reserved
$25.00
Bar Stool
$22.00
Wed Sep 26 2018

Amy Helm w/ The National Reserve (Album Release) (Sold Out, Sign Up For Wait List!) - 9/26

at City Winery New York City

Doors:
6:00pm
Starts:
8:00pm

Tickets

VIP
$30.00
Premier
$28.00
Reserved
$25.00
Bar Stool
$22.00

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“I'm just trying to tell some stories as honestly as I can," Amy Helm says of Didn't It Rain, her first solo album and her eOne Music debut.

Although the personally charged, organically soulful Didn't It Rain is her first release under her own name, Amy Helm has been making music for most of her life. She's already won widespread praise as a singer, songwriter and live performer, first as a member of the celebrated alt­country collective Ollabelle and subsequently for her extensive work with her father, musical icon Levon Helm, who passed away in 2012.

"I always did gigs through high school and college," she explains, "but my fears and insecurities kept me from committing to it. That's when my dad became a huge influence; he scooped me up when I was in my mid­ 20s and put me in this blues band. I was very, very green, but I got my road­ dog status with him. It was like walking through fire every time I got on stage, but it forced me to decide if I wanted to do this. And I decided that I absolutely wanted to do it."

Amy's vocal and songwriting talents soon found a home in the New York ­based Ollabelle, whose three acclaimed albums and countless live gigs saw her evolve into a confident, charismatic performer. She also resumed her musical collaboration with her father, singing and playing in his band, playing on and co­-producing his Grammy­ winning 2007 comeback album Dirt Farmer,and helping to organize the now ­legendary Midnight Ramble concerts at Levon's home studio in Woodstock, NY.

With Didn't It Rain reintroducing her to the world as a solo artist, Helm says that her immediate plan is "to just get out and play as many gigs as possible. I think that the job of a musician is to try and shake people out of their own heads for an hour or two, and bring some joy into the world. So I want to get out there and do the job the best I can."