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Audience Members, and Reviewers Are Saying About Amy
Amy Lowe is a consummate
performer, polished and pure in her commitment . . . Her
enthusiasm is inspiring."
Family Fun Magazine
"Amy Lowe is a talented songwriter with a definite bent for variety
in her original material."
The Illinois Entertainer
"We just got back from an amazing Amy show at the Mayne Stage in Rogers Park.IL. I would like to come again and wondered if there are any planned future performance dates? Loooved the 11:30. Timeline so looking for similar. Thanks so much in advance."
Dori Lehman- Audience Member- Show at Mayne Stage -Chicago
|"If you missed Amy Lowe and
company you missed a fabulous show."
Illinois Institute of Technology News
". . . Not
only does Lowe draw on all the right contemporary sounds . .
. but she cleverly uses them to
illuminate the characters and situations."
"Amy Lowe has a wonderful way of telling a story
with music that reaches people of all ages. She is a talented
musician with a powerful yet sweet voice that can sing a song or
tell a story with passion, poignancy, and feeling. She has the
unique ability to reach into the soul of her subject and share it
with her audience."
Arizona State Historian
Award-winning Author and Storyteller
"Good storytelling with music
made it fun to follow."
Chandler-Gilbert Community College, Arizona
"Outstanding! We were thoroughly
captivated by Amy Lowe's performance."
Assistant Educator for School Programs, Chicago Historical
" I found Amy Lowe's combination of personal
story, songs, and poetry enlightening, creative and one of the most
moving experiences I have found in theater."
Dr. Arlene Crewdson
Executive Director, Pegasus Players
Reviews of Shows and Recordings:
BOOMTOWN is engaging, entertaining, and
"THE JOURNEY OF
ESTEVANICO (a.k.a.) VOICES OF ARIZONIA:
Mucho social implication. As a Catholic-Native
American, I've struggled with gold and spirit. The performance was
great . . . pure romance . . . I loved the rhythm and the
Chandler-Gilbert Community College
Amy gets her gum and sings about it
August 16, 2007
By MYRNA PETLICKI Contributor
Amy Lowe's not ashamed to admit she has a fondness for gum. The Chicago songwriter even sings about it in her Parents' Choice Award-winning album, "I Like Gum." Her crystalline voice, honesty and clever original songs are a few of the reasons why families look forward to Lowe's performances. She will share her musical wit and wisdom, backed by guitarist Dave Katzman, at Jewett Park, Deerfield.
Lowe's selections will include a silly song called "Lickety Split" which she said is about "a character that lives in a land far away where everything is made out of feet." Despite its playful title, Lowe's "Miles Be-Boppin Hoppin" has a serious message. It's about "how sometimes being different can actually be a way to lead people to a new way of looking at life," she said. » Click to enlarge image
Amy Lowe, a Chicago singer-songwriter, brings her silly songs for kids to Deerfield. Lowe, who has a diverse career, declared that she enjoys performing for family audiences because "I love the energy of all ages. Kids are so honest and adults appreciate the joy and humor."
"I LIKE GUM:
Her laughing voice is well suited to this material. A mixture
of original songs that highlight environmental awareness,
neighborhood diversity, and the ability of every child to make her
or his own music. The words are easy to understand and the unusual
sound effects particularly on Haunted House are
very well done."
"I LIKE GUM:
Those are very self-affirming songs that do not talk down to
children, rather, the songs engage every child's natural sense of
humor and pleasure in the absurdities, mishaps, and broken rules. I
particularly like the strong narrative and quality in these
Bonnie E. Litowitz, Ph D.
Department of Psychiatry, Rush Medical School
"I LIKE GUM:
Simple pleasures can be pleasant indeed as exemplified in this
sweet unassuming acoustic album from Chicago singer songwriter
Amy Lowe. Lowe encourages kids to tune in to life's little moments
and to find music in the sizzle of bacon on the stove as well
as the sound of running water and does so with charm and