Named one of South Florida’s “Ten Best Folk Singers of All Time” in 2013, an "Act to Watch" by Billboard magazine and "One to watch in the next millennium" by the Miami Herald - the sole songwriter among noted philanthropists, activists, and cultural visionaries - Amy Carol Webb is passionate and poignant, the girl next door and no ordinary woman. Born into an eclectic musical family in Oklahoma, Amy made her way down the winding highways of the traveling troubadour through 48 states, Canada, Mexico and Japan, took time out to birth two sons, then returned to performing full-force in 1995.
From raucous rhythms to mellifluous melodies, her music makes brave new territory feel like your own back yard, a transforming celebration of the never-quit pioneering spirit of her Native American great-grandmothers and the soul searching ministrations of her father and grandfather before her. Headlining stages from Boston to Bayfront, the venerated Kennedy Center to Florida's festival stages, Amy's "liquid vocals sing of a better world - and makes it a joyful proposition" (Performing Songwriter).
From her concerts to voice clinics to university classrooms to her tenth critically acclaimed indie CD, - a transforming journey through contemplative traditions called “Moments: Music-Mantra-Mystery - Amy Carol Webb is a gift of voice, vision, grace and grit. She sings the things you've always wanted to say but haven't quite known how. As one fan put it, "I'm doing my best to teach my daughters to live what Amy sings about."