Rolling Stone has dubbed Anthony D’Amato’s music as “folk music raised on New Jersey grit.”
Anthony D’Amato sings and writes in the tradition of Bruce Springsteen or Josh Ritter and his newest album, ‘Cold Snap’, is his most ambitious, incisive, and sophisticated collection yet. Written primarily during a touring hiatus forced by a broken finger, the songs explore the schisms between perception and reality, projection and truth, who we are and how we’re seen. USA Today declared that the album “strikes every right note,” SPIN praised the way he “turns heartbreak into cheery folk,” and Entertainment Weekly said the music “calls to mind Simon & Garfunkel’s more amped-up moments. D’Amato’s songs have collectively cracked more than two million plays on Spotify, and he’s shared bills with Ben Folds, Josh Ritter, Shovels & Rope, Langhorne Slim, Justin Townes Earle, and more.