Amy Leach is a young Scots singer from Edinburgh, now studying on the Folk and Traditional Music Degree at Newcastle University. She grew up singing Scots Song through the Edinburgh Youth Gaitherin and was further inspired to sing when given a CD of Belle Stewart when she was 15. She enjoys singing ballads in particular and exploring songs from Scotland and the North East of England.
Amy’s Paths to Songs blogs
This exciting project came our way. Read more below. Amy Leach is a final year student of traditional music at Newcastle University who has also been mentored by leading folk singing […]
Travelling through to Dundee on the windiest, rainiest day of the year (albeit only the third day of the year…) would have been totally miserable, if I didn’t have a […]
Instead of going to Sheena’s house this week I got to be a massive geek at the Wighton Heritage Centre. We looked through several really interesting collections – Wighton’s collection […]
Amy Leach’s 2nd blog working with Sheena Wellington. In my last meeting with Sheena I was left with loads of resources and songs to look through, so I had plenty […]
Amy Leach has written our first Paths to Songs blog. She is working with Scottish culture icon and singer Sheena Wellington. ‘The voice is the servant of the song’ – […]