After spending the past few years performing & writing as a part of various collectives and supporting the likes of Gregory Porter, Roy Aires and Public Enemy in concert (Mostly Jazz Festival Birmingham, 2015) Amy is now forging her way forward as a solo artist in her own right.
Amy has previously been described as a “one woman musical army” and uses an intuitive approach to music making; experimenting with a variety of different instruments and sounds – all without preconceived ideas or expectations of the final product. It is this spontaneous and improvised method of working that has allowed her to find freedom as well as the courage to craft, develop and share new and original works.
Just last year in Amy staged and funded her own Mini-Brexit and USA Solo Tour taking with her an ambition to use art to dissolve borders, whilst aiming for an authentic and worthwhile devising and performing experience. If you were there, you will have seen that in concert, her main weapons of choice are; the Korg Electribe [Ableton Live 9] Music Production Station, Fender Squier Bronco Bass, TC Helicon vocal station, an antique wooden winding music box and magical chime bars.
Motivated by the desire to hone her creative songwriting & composing skills Amy is currently working on a debut 'body of work' of sorts to be released on her own record label and shared with international audiences in times to come.
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2 ReviewsEndorse Amy Fitz Doyley
Maverick, Amy Fitz Doyley, is the future of British music. This one woman machine is spearheading the renaissance of independent music creation in the uk. Not just an experienced live performer, Amy is equally proficient both in studio and in pro writing situations. I look forward to tracking Amy’s ascent.
Pro7ect Creatuve Director
Amy Fitz Doyley is truly a one-of-a-kind songwriter with the unique capability to write on multiple instruments as well as with her rich and earthy voice that she uses gracefully and with seemingly no effort. Her extraordinary writing style mixes a haunting melancholy and a light playfulness with an experimental approach to sound whilst always staying true to her roots in soul and blues. She’s highly professional and a fantastic collaborator I couldn’t recommend highly enough.