Amy Goddard

Described by Folk Radio UK as “the rarest of singer/songwriters” Amy’s songs cover personal matters, history and legend and also current social comment.

Amy Goddard is an award winning contemporary folk singer/songwriter with both Celtic and American influences and a pure and gentle voice often likened to Sandy Denny. Amy is also an artist and luthier, regularly playing a guitar she built herself at gigs.

Amy’s song Remembering Aberfan won FATEA track of the year in 2016.

Her 2019 album Always A Dreamer (a tribute to John Stewart) was named number 2 in the critics choice as album of the year in Country Music People. Coming in ahead of well known artists such as Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan and Dolly Parton.

Described by Folk Radio UK as "the rarest of singer/songwriters" Amy's songs cover personal matters, history and legend and also current social comment.