PressRGV Magazine Feature Article
Texas singer/songwriter Amy Ames’ songs are so catchy even the barnyard critters dance along. Yes, she writes her own songs and is known as a “Female Ray Stevens,” and as the “Queen of Tongue and Cheek” due to the witty and cleaver ways she writes the lyrics in her songs, according to Amy Nicole Smith of RGV Magazine.
Robert K. Oermann "Music Row Magazine"
DISClaimer Single Reviews Robert K. Oermann • August 3, 2011 It’s nice to know that country hasn’t forgotten its sense of humor. Reckless Kelly’s “Good Luck & True Love” made me smile because of its cleverness. Sam Roark found me grinning from ear to ear with her merry “Check Out Girl.” Buddy Jewell had me openly chuckling from his performance of “Jesus, Elvis & Me.” And, trust me, you have GOT to listen to “No Beer Here” by Amy Ames. It is a complete hoot. AMY AMES/No Beer Here Writer: Amy Ames; Producer: Eddie Hedges; Publisher: Amy Ames/Eddie Hedges, BMI; Grand Channel (CDX) (http://www.amyames.com/) —This toe tapper has zippy fiddling, dandy banjo plunking and hilarious backup men practically burping their lines. The whole thing is so goofy and zany that it doesn’t even matter that she can just barely sing. Must be heard to be believed. the PDF of the magazine article is attached.