Amanda Neill's magnetic stage presence and emotional intensity carries a delicate balance between fierce and fragile. With a collection of songs that stick in your head, and a voice that sounds like no one else, Neill's songwriting takes Classic Americana and sharpens it to an Indie Rock edge, drawing from influences as diverse as Tom Petty,  Elena Tonra (Daughter) and The War on Drugs. Amanda Neill & The Blue Roses features Neill’s Crumar electric keyboard, along with expressive drumming, electric bass, bold vocal harmonies, and thoughtful, articulate lead guitar, leaving listeners with a feeling that they've instantly become part of something that must be shared.