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Tammy Stamps: References/Press

Music Press

I am always excited to hear new music, especially when it comes from a local artist. You never know what you are going to find when you put the CD in the player, but it is always an adventure. Stamps has put together a great CD full of stories of love, loss and hope that touched the spaces in my heart. I could relate to the words. The music, a sort of contemporary folk with a hint of country, includes powerful vocals that are packed with feeling. She has a poetic soul and it shows through her music. A couple of the songs really touched me. "This I Know" is a song that spoke to me about strength and relationships. The words paint a vivid picture. "You're The Only One For Me" gav the hope of a new relationship. But the title song "Free" summed up all of the emotions contained in the CD. There was hope, pain and a feeling of finding peace and freedom in this song. Stamps should be proud of her debut. If you are looking for hard rock music, this CD is not for you. But if you like music that touches you and that allows the singer in you to join in and sing along, I would recommend giving this CD a try. It is an easy listen on the surface, but the emotions come through loud and clear when you truly listen.

Music Critic

Local pop songstress Tammy Stamps recently released an album of original songs, "FREE". Stamps says her life experiences inspired the CD, which is available at, and Borders East, where the singer often performs. For more info and to preview the tracks below, visit The title song FREE is a quietly emotional track about finding the strength to escape domestic abuse The folky tune "This I Know" speaks of the fortitude it takes to cope with a long term illness The love song "I'll Never Leave" is a rumination on building trust in a new relationship!

Wichita Eagle

Tammy Stamps was interviewed this morning on KDDD in Dumas, Texas by Scott Palser about her upcoming concert, her music, her martial arts and her RISE UP program for survivors of abuse and bullying!

Tammy Stamps - KDDD Radio (Feb 24, 2011)