Amelia White’s “Old Postcard” is as good as alt-country can get


Photo by Denise Fussell
Photo by Denise Fussell
Singer-songwriter Amelia White cut her teeth on Boston’s folk music scene before moving to Nashville over a decade ago. White has said her new album, Old Postcard, is about “home and family” as inspiration. She’s got a rich and husky voice and is an evocative story teller in the tradition of Lucinda Williams and John Prine. Download “Old Postcard” below; it’s as good as the singer-songwriter side of alt-country can get.



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