I loved singing this song on Jack White’s album, Lazaretto. It was my favorite personal performance. Scout does a pretty good job of lip syncing my vocals for this video, though!;) xx
I am so in love with this song…and so honoured to be sharing musical breaths with the one and only Michael Logen on this one. x
#TMBT~ Take Me Back Thursday~ Tired feet…impossible heels…Ikey Owens, as usual, a gentleman of gentlemen. Take me back. Photo by Jo McCaughey ©®thirdmanrecords
This Fall, Ruby will add to her accomplishments being a contributing writer to the highly revered new online magazine, Paper Saint! Her monthly editions, Ruby’s Corner, will include social musings, personal recipes from Ruby’s kitchen, as well as her favorite music of the moment.
Check out Paper Saint often for updated articles by Ruby and all of the other wonderful writers.
Ruby joins Norah Jones, Jason Isbell, Karen Elson and many more to pay a tribute to the legend that is Bob Dylan. Rolling Stone magazine has a great feature here.
The few times performers did stray from Dylan’s Sixties and Seventies catalog, it was done to great effect. Ruby Amanfu’s naked, cathartic take on “Not Dark Yet” from Time Out of Mind received the largest applause of the evening, while actor Lukas Hass teamed up with Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney and Dhani Harrison for a rousing take on the Traveling Willburys‘ 1988 song “Congratulations.”
On November 11 & November 12 Ruby will join her musical colleagues for a two night tribute to Bob Dylan, hosted by The Best Fest and The Cabin Down Below Band. Ruby’s last participation in Dylan Fest was this past August in Dublin, Ireland. New York City’s show will surely be one not to miss!
100% proceeds of the door go to Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.
Tickets on sale Friday, October 18, 2013 12:00 PM EST
If you haven’t been living in a remote cave in the desert, you should know that Ruby performed at this year’s Voodoo Music Experience. It was an exciting and captivating set, and there’s no doubt she and her Nashville band set the stage on fire. Check out some of the latest press articles.
Ruby Amanfu’s solo Voodoo debut smoldered Saturday on the Flambeau stage
The soul/R&B singer has collaborated with Jack White and Brittany Howard. But after her solo Voodoo set, Amanfu proves she’s one to watch
Check out pictures of Ruby Amanfu from Voodoo Festival 2013!