ALEXIS P SUTER receives a Blues Music Award Nomination in the Contemporary Female Artist Category!
Congratulations to all of the amazing and hardworking Artists! Thank you to The Blues Foundation! Alexis and all of us are truly honored! Please visit blues.org for all of the details! PLEASE JOIN AND CAST YOUR VOTE TODAY!!!!! We appreciate you always!
APSB NEW RELEASE - ALL FOR LOVING YOU!!!!!
Briggs Farm Records and Alexis P. Suter and Ministers of Sound (AMOS) celebrate the release of their first album, recorded live at Briggs Farm Blues Festival July 2016.
Part sacred, part secular, Alexis P. Suter Ministers of Sound (AMOS) execute with poignant emotion and true crowd connection. As a bass baritone, no other female blues singer on the planet can equal the raw vocal power Suter brings to the stage. The emotion is palpable at an AMOS show, and it’s captured perfectly in this Briggs Farm Records “LIVE” recording.
Alexis P. Suter Ministers of Sound - "Live from Briggs Farm Blues Festival", was recorded in July 2016 at the festival. Captured here are their interpretations of originals and timeless classics in an American Roots and Gospel style. Nothing beats seeing an audience under the spell of Miss Suter! When she sings "Let it be”, they’re simply transformed! Another favorite,
“Wade in the Water,” relates to the new and old Testaments, and was used as a song of healing and a pathway to freedom for many.
AMOS puts America’s rich musical heritage on full display in this record, with all the devastating power of the Ministers of Sound! Featured are Dave Keyes (keyboards & vocals), Ray Grappone (drums & percussion), Vicki Bell (vocals), Tony Tino (bass), ChriBergson (vocals & guitar). and a very special guest performance by Victor Wainwright with Alexis on Leon Russell's classic “ A Song For You”.
Alexis P. Suter was twice nominated by The Blues Foundation in Memphis (www.blues.org) for Blues Music Awards in 2015 for the Koko Taylor Award (traditional blues female) and 2013 Soul/Blues (female vocalist) categories. Alexis P. Suter’s recordings have received much praise from radio and publications alike; including Blues Revue, Elmore Magazine, Big City Rhythm & Blues, Blues Blast, Living Blues, Blues Matters and Blues Music magazines.
“She is one of those wonderful spirits, she’s got her arms around you; you can feel that!”
AMOS DEBUT RELEASE!!!!!