Somehow I managed to come from a really musical family – which is weird as hell because The Larter Ancestors were not musical. Yet we Larter cousins have managed to thwart science and be musical and arty anyway.
Needless to say – I was crazy excited to receive this little gem after my brother’s last visit to Cape Town. And guess why I got it? Because I contributed to her campaign on FundFind which is another bit of awesomeness created by my other cousin, Amy’s brother, Steve.
Amy’s CD launch is going to be held in Cape Town soon. But guess what? You can’t go because the tickets are all sold out. You can try finding her on Facebook and begging if you want – otherwise you’ll just have to wait for another show. But when she has one…you should go. Really. Because she is kind of magical.
Love you Aims and I am such a super proud big fat cousin!!
Amy Larter’s eagerly anticipated debut album launch will take place on the 21st of September in the Fugard’s intimate Bioscope Theatre.
Amy will be backed by a four-piece band and five fine artists who have created works inspired by her music, in effect, marrying two different art forms, music and visual art.
Amy’s infectious pop melodies combined with hints of Jazz harmony create her unique Jazz-pop brand.
Her warm vocal tones, together with her charismatic charm helped shape her easy listening style.
Her strong songwriting and arranging skills are wonderfully showcased in her debut album
“Remember Me”, which is a musical narrative of poignant moments in her journey as an artist.