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Singer/Songwriter Amy Steinberg Comes to Tucson

Jul 31, 2019 12:28PM

Amy Steinberg

Uplifting, enlightening and hilarious, with a voice that can burn the house down, Amy Steinberg is singer, songwriter and storyteller. In Tucson for one show only, Steinberg
(AmySteinberg.net) will perform at Unity of Peace, September 1, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.

The main thrust of her work comes from marrying the sacred and profane, fusing the dreamlike nature of Spirit with the rooted realness of sexuality and humor. She plays piano and guitar with her own rhythmic bounce, injecting jazz, rock, hip-hop and poetry. Deeply soulful, with a bombastic belt, she sings of self-love, open-mindedness and the holiness of everything.

She began writing songs in college, and formed the Amy Steinberg Band in 1999. In 2001, she went solo, traveling all over the country spreading love and laughter, meeting thousands of people and making fans the old-fashioned way, one performance at a time.

Deeply involved with the New Thought and Positive Music worlds, playing at conferences, churches and festivals all over the country, her song “Burning into the High” won a Posi Award. This year, her song “One with Everything” was nominated. Her original musical “Breaking the Moon” hit the New York Musical Festival last summer. Currently, she is touring the country in support of her 10th independent release, Broken Open, and receiving rave reviews.

Cost: $20. Location: 1551 S. Eastside Loop, #121, Tucson. To purchase tickets, call 520-319-1042 or visit UnityPeaceAZ.com or TucsonCSL.org

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