When Amber Digby sings, people listen. "Amber is a great traditional singer,” says Vince Gill, who knows whereof he speaks, and like his following observation—"which is so hard to find these days”—it’s just the simple truth.
Yet it also doesn’t do his subject real justice, because Amber Digby’s singing touches the heart, not just of anyone who appreciatse a traditional country song, but of anyone who’s ever known heartbreak, happiness, regret, loneliness—or just the compelling desire to get out on the dance floor for a night of fun. And the fact is, with each passing month and year, as she enjoys growing airplay and tours farther and farther from her home in Texas, Amber Digby and her music are reaching out to more and more and more of those hearts.
To an outside observer, Digby’s career has an appearance of inevitability—after all, her father, mother, stepfather and uncles have all been in the ranks of professional musicians, notable for their own careers or for their contributions to the music of Loretta Lynn, Connie Smith, Faron Young, Ronnie Milsap, Hank Williams, Jr., the Osborne Brothers and many more. But though she frequented the wings of the Grand Ole Opry House and the sets of Hee Haw and Nashville Now as a child watching her parents at work, singing "was just something I did,” she says with a laugh. "My mom and my dad and my stepdad encouraged me to find my path and to be creative—not necessarily to sing.”
2005 - Music From The Honky Tonks (256 kbps):
2006 - Here Come The Teardrops (192 kbps):
2008 - Passion, Pride And What Might Have Been (192 kbps):
2009 - Another Way To Live (320 kbps):
2010 - Keeping Up Appearances (With Justin Trevino) (256 kbps):