Here are some of the artists we are helping "Look for Europe"
A full integrated conventional and digital media promotion service for the independently minded musician.
Texas Music Magazine "Tough, sweet, and hard to shake… some of the best songwriting you're liable to hear this year. " -Madison Searle
American Roots UK "…Instantly recognizable as a hugely talented complete individualist... full of originality and diversity… that complete individuality of style sets her apart..." -Mike Morrison
Maverick Magazine 4 STARS "Her songs, at times delivered with a tender fragility, and sometimes with a raw punchiness, have a retro blues feel to them, and speak of hard times, the human spirit, and its will to endure." -Megan Gnad
3rd Coast Music Magazine 4.5 STARS "Among the best of Austin’s singer-songwriters… An Offering is an extraordinary piece of original Southern Gothic." -John Conquest
Rootstime.BE "A songwriter in the top division of her generation. Her writing makes me think not only of Lucinda Williams, but also of Tom Russell, Jason Isbell, and Gillian Welch." -Dani Heyvaert
Heaven Magazine 8.5 STARS "She offers herself. Completely. It's the ultimate vulnerability on a silver platter." -Ed Muitjens
Ctrl.Alt.Country e-zine5 STARS "Indisputably one of the finest albums of 2015. And certainly in the Americana category. In the border area between Americana, folk, and blues occupied by female singer-songwriters, reigns a new queen until further notice, Amanda Pearcy." -Benny Metten
Krenten Uit de Pop "...Pearcy is well ahead. This may be the best roots record of 2015. Absolutely one of the best of 2015, if not the best." -Erwin Zijleman
Lonestar Time "…Close to the likes of Mary Gauthier, Lucinda Williams, Townes Van Zandt, and Rodney Crowell... with remarkable wit and heart... highly evocative, poignant." -Remo Ricaldone
Houston Press "In a field overcrowded with dreamers chasing the same rainbow, An Offering is a low--key Americana gem." -Chris Gray
WoNo Magazine "The first listen blew me away instantly. That southern drawl in combination with a voice that has lived life, does it for me. Amanda Pearcy impresses me more than Lucinda Williams, it's time the rest of the world notices this quality too." -Wout de Natris
The Next Gig "A 'must have'. Absolutely beautiful. …Intense and sincere… beautiful songs from an excellent songwriter, with that voice that touches every inflection." -Richard Wagenaar
Music That Needs Attention "…First class. Pure and straight from the heart… No staged scene, just heartfelt emotions.” -Rein van den Berg
Roots Highway "Bewitching, with a tone of voice so unique and sensual - joined with a markedly Texan accent, evoking the essence of the South." -Marco Restelli
The Alternate Root "A storyteller, her characters wearing her experience... she pens with a perception of why we do what we do in a way that buries a little of each of us in the story." -Danny McCloskey
Real Roots Cafe "Utterly gorgeous." -Fred Schmale
"I am nuts over true authentic voices, ones you recognize after a half syllable, that's Amanda Pearcy. Truth telling works better through a voice like hers." -Tom Green, music fan
Performance Review Oct 2015, Steendam, NL, Podium Cafe: The Next Gig "What a hell of a performer. Raw, intense, each word sung with conviction. Songwriting at its very best... The subdued opening song, 'Ribbons and Bows', was delivered with enormous power, enough to silence the capacity crowd directly. A voice with flexural strength, with a nice tone and just enough growl and bite to keep it more than interesting, more than convincing. Each song delivered beautifully and sensitively. She herself proved a more than adequate guitarist on her acoustic guitar, but she had taken Cole Hanson for the completion of her songs. With his electric guitar Hanson knew how to put the right accents and not outflank Pearcy, giving service to the songs and the voice of Amanda Pearcy." -Richard Wagenaar
Performance Review, Oct 2015, Warmond, NL, De Oude School: WoNo Magazine "Amanda Pearcy brought her soul. She has lived and that shows in her songs and stories. Stories told to introduce a song come alive in her songs. With the current #1 album in the EuroAmericana list of October, by a landslide of votes, 'An Offering' is an outstanding album that deserves this position. Amanda Pearcy translated these songs to the stage with economical tight guitar strumming and the reverb and delay laden lead notes and solos played by Cole Hanson. Her voice does the rest. The southern drawl that sometimes is lain on a bit thicker, gives the songs this little extra authenticity." -Wout de Natris
Hey hello there UK friends,
I'll be coming over from Austin, TX, late June through mid July for The Maverick Fest, The Crawley Folk Fest, the Green Note, The Greystones, Kitchen Garden Cafe, Little Rabbit Barn, and other fine venues in England, and am looking to fill a few dates in late June in England,,, particularly 24, 26, 27 of June and 1st of July.
My latest album , "An Offering" was selected as #1 for the year 2015 on the EuroAmericana Chart. It was also…Continue
Posted on April 27, 2016 at 13:18
Hey there, I'm looking forward to being back in Holland in April, and am excited to play in the UK for the first time. My favorite lead guitar player from Austin, Matt Giles, will be accompanying me. We play Little Rabbit Barn near Colchester on Sat Apr 19, and are looking for additional gigs in the UK for Fri Apr 18 and/or Thurs Apr 17, or even Wed Apr 16. If you can book us, please email me directly at: email@example.com -- thank you so much,
Posted on February 24, 2014 at 21:33
I'll be in The Netherlands in mid April to do a festival, “Peticantus: A Small Town Music Walk”, and a few other shows, and in the UK later in the month. I would like to know if you’d be interested in booking a date for a performance?
Dates I'm looking for in Holland and Belgium are between April 3rd - 17
Dates I'm looking for in the UK are between April 14-18…Continue
Posted on January 22, 2014 at 2:30
I’m doing a tour in The Netherlands in mid/late Nov with a half dozen shows already booked and four more pending. I’d like to do some dates in the UK, Belgium, France, and or Germany while I'm across the pond. The dates I'm especially looking for are Nov 18 through 22. Nov 23 and Nov 24 are also a possibility.
I’ll also be back in The Netherlands in mid-April to do a festival and some other dates.…Continue
Posted on September 3, 2013 at 15:42