Amy Correia On Mountain Stage With a timid yet powerful voice, Amy Correia took the stage armed with a songbook inspired by authors, poets and songwriters. Correia performs a series of new, yet-to-be-recorded songs in this Mountain Stage appearance from January 2008.
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Amy Correia On Mountain Stage

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Set List

"Took Him Away"

"Love Changes Everything"

"Powder Blue"

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With a timid yet powerful voice, Amy Correia took the stage armed with a songbook inspired by authors, poets and songwriters. Correia performs a series of new, yet-to-be-recorded songs in this Mountain Stage appearance from January 2008.

The singer-songwriter was in the midst of a tour opening for and playing in the band with Marc Cohn during her third appearance on Mountain Stage. Her latest record is 2004's Lakeville, but Correia gave the audience an exclusive peek into her newest material.