Autumn Sky Tells Her Musical Story
SacTV.com "Video of the Day" review by
Alex Cosper on Jan. 12, 2012
Songwriter Sacramento presents this interesting 2009 interview with Autumn Sky, who explains her experience
with songwriting and recording for the All Which Isn't Singing CD. She has developed her own style that
mixes elements of pop, folk, rock, country and jazz. Autumn talks about how the album was worth recording despite issues
of budget and the energy-draining recording process. She and friends laid down as many tracks as
quickly as they could, but she was happy with the results.
Autumn's official website features
several songs that have been listened to several thousand times by nearly 20,000 friends on MySpace. Some of her
classic tracks include "Rockets," "Conversations" and "Bad Blood." Her songs are unique and convey a friendly sense
that anyone's invited to listen. That's because she's an authentic artist as opposed to someone posing to fit market
This video includes an acoustic performance of Autumn Sky's "Where There's a Way." She had been listening to country
and jazz artists and wanted to write a nostalgic yet modern song. Indeed, the song fits eras past and
present. The song deals with heartache, but it's more about seeing beyond heartache and moving toward strength.
The tune is worth including on Sacramento's list of best songs ever. Both the lyrics and melody have timeless energy that
communicate inspiration and empowerment.