Amy Zamarripa

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Amy Zamarripa

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San Antonion-turned-Austinite Amy Zamarripa packs 18 originals into her first recording, Information, conveying a charming, summery, stripped-down feel – just Zamarripa and her guitar. No question her heart leans heavily to the folkie side of life ("Come to the Water"), but she's not above bilingual ballads ("Natural Way") or reminding listeners of her background as a blues belter ("Cobalt Blues," "Crazy").

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