Amber Digby At Grand Ole Opry
New York born and Nashville raised, Amber Digby is one of the most refreshing country singers in the new century. She recorded her first album Music from the Honky Tonks in 2002, which received much attention from all over the world, selling worldwide and creating an overwhelming fan base.
Amber is from a musical family, as both her parents have been in country music for decades. Her mother Dee was a harmony singer with Connie Smith, and her father Dennis played bass for Loretta Lynn for almost 20 years. Being a born entertainer, Amber began realizing her dreams at the age of three. Her songs overflow with heartache, misery, cheating lovers, sorrow, regret, and resignation, and she is able to portray these emotions in touching ballads and with a beautifully honest voice and sincere authority.
In the summer of 2006, Amber signed with Heart of Texas Records and released her second album Here Come the Teardrops before taking a tour of Europe. By early 2007, she quit her day job, moved to the Houston area, and put together her own band to play the dance hall and club circuits that have nurtured so many Texas country artists.
The hard work soon paid off with the next albums, Passion, Pride, & What Might Have Been, My Kind of Country, and Another Way to Live, all three of which were well received. Since then, Amber has co-written music with famous country artist Vince Gill.