Amy Petty’s sound and songwriting is a compelling, complex and original soundscape that weaves a lush tapestry of folk, pop, rock and blues ballad.
Art, mystery, and spirituality influence and infuse her poignant, evocative and sensual songs. These sonic canvases showcase the heartfelt emotion behind her lyrics and provide a foundation over which her voice and choral harmonies soar. Often compared to Sarah McLachlan, Eva Cassidy and Jonatha Brooke, Amy Petty has a signature voice and style both familiar and stunningly rare.
“Amy is a TREMENDOUS singer. Makes the listener feel intensely right away, and in every line. ” – Susan Werner
“Amy Petty is a sold guitar player and a dynamic vocalist. I look forward to hearing more of her music.” – John Gorka
“Amy has a voice has stops you dead in your tracks. A voice that illuminates the magic of our humanity. I watched her leave the audience stunned and wanting more” – Seth Glier
“In all my years of concert attendance…I’d never witnessed a standing ovation at the end of the first set. The stellar vocal performances, the expert accompaniment were all wrapped in a commitment to the energy to fill the space, to blow up the walls in a tsunami of angst and joy, story and song.
To quote Inspector Gadget, “Wowzers!” – Paul Pattom, Founder of Trinity House Theater
Adam Plomaritas presents an onslaught of tight, satisfying rock ‘n roll, tastefully
seasoned with soul and blues. You might say that Mariah Carey, Michael McDonald,
and Stevie Wonder all got eaten by a Telecaster-toting grizzly. But perhaps Adam is
most aptly described as the most winsome head-snap in the Detroit-metro music scene. His latest release, “The Hard Way”, was named #3 album of the year by Ann Arbor Radio’s John Bommarito.
Adam writes infectious tunes with pure-hearted lyrics and rhythms that could rile any
dance floor. With an arresting, powerhouse vocal delivery, guitar chops no one can
argue with, and a seasoned crew of the best accompanying musicians, Adam brings the
Born, raised, and residing in Ypsilanti, MI, Plomaritas has played the coffee house/bar
scene for almost a decade. He has taken the stage with some of the region’s favorite
acts: Theo Katzman, Hannah Winkler, Abigail Stauffer, and Wayward Roots, and has
even shared the bill with national acts such as The Spring Standards, Switchfoot, and