Chicago singer-songwriter Amy Dixon-Kolar incorporates Celtic, traditional, blues and folk influences into her contemporary acoustic style.  Recognized enthusiastically by reviewers, listeners and organizations globally, her honest lyrics, distinctive vocals and fluid guitar stylings come together in a fresh expressive mix.  Amy’s inspiration for songwriting comes from her work as a performer, teacher, social activist, ASL interpreter and mother.  Her award-winning single, Rosa Sat, which came out as a single in January, 2009, has had over 300,000 views on YouTube, has been scored for choruses, and is being sung all over the world.  Amy also has two solo CDs, Now It’s Time (2008), and her new release, Dancing Through the Storm (2014), as well as a live album with SongSisters - SongSisters Live! (2013).  Amy has also started a long term project of recording new versions of holiday songs, two of which, Angels We Have Heard on High and Auld Lang Syne (with Joe Jencks of Brother Sun), are available as singles on CDBaby.