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Amy Macdonald 'uses guitar as emotional outlet'
Singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald has explained how she always turns to her guitar whenever she is feeling emotional.
Speaking to the Daily Record, the acoustic guitar player explained that music is a fantastic outlet for her and she uses her emotions as a "good base" for writing songs.
"When I feel a bit sad, I pick up the guitar. So the good thing is, if I am ever feeling a bit down, I usually end up writing a song," Macdonald explained.
The star revealed that one event that has recently inspired her pen a new track was the rescue of the Chilean miners.
She said it was a very inspiring event and she cried each time a miner surfaced.
Macdonald is set to embark on a UK tour later this month, playing shows in Manchester, Glasgow and London.
She will then head to mainland Europe in November for gigs in France, Switzerland, Germany, Holland and Belgium.
ÂPosted on 15 Oct 2010 16:16 to category : Music News
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