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"Southern Routes" is now available for download on CD Baby at:
Southern Routes CD
Amy Dee CD's - original tunes & arrangements
"Southern Routes"   (Louisiana Sessions)

 I was fortunate enough to record my tunes with members of The Revelers, a supergroup made up of members of The Red Stick Ramblers and The Pine Leaf Boys (Grammy winners). These songs were recorded in Louisiana's Cajun Country. You may have seen these superb musicians as the house band in Season 3 of HBO's "Treme." The music features Daniel Coolik (fiddle, mandolin, guitar), Chas Justus (guitar), Eric Frey (Upright Bass), and Glenn Fields (drums). “The Revelers” are what Louisianians call the costumed participants in Mardi Gras “crewes” (in New Orleans) and “runs” (in Cajun Country). More information on The Revelers Band is available at: These guys play it all:  Swing, Honky-Tonk, Old Country Blues, Swamp Pop and Cajun, are wonderful songwriters, and are the ultimate musicians to work with.

"A Ringin' Martin Guitar" (Bluegrass Sessions)

  I am excited to be working with long-time bluegrass professionals, collaborators, friends... to give wings to my original bluegrass songs. Currently recorded, in mixing production, about 75% complete, with expected release in 2018.

"Big Time"   (New Orleans Sessions)

   The title track of my most current New Orleans recordings with a French Quarter jazz trio says it all, "We're gonna have a Big Time tonight."  Recorded in New Orleans with master Bill Malchow, the inimitable Aurora Nealand and held up by Ted Long.  The CD is in post production.

"Christmastime Has Come To Town" (compilation)

My first Christmas production:  a CD with my title track "Christmastime Has Come To Town" which I co-produced with Lon Van Eaton (Lon was produced by George Harrison back in the day). The compilation:  "Christmastime Has Come To Town" raised $1,837 for Bucks County's Give-A-Christmas Foundation supporting local children's needs during the holiday season. 



Please note: these are Rough Mixes...



1. Back To The Music



2. Lose Those Blues



3. Big Time



4. Aw Dear



5. No More I Love Yous



6. Skippin Stones



7. Dreamlight



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