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Amy Maxwell: Coffeeshop Conversations #102

By TOM D'ANTONI // Has it been ten years she she helped start Ticket Tomato? Yes, and there's news.

Hey. Welcome back to World Cup Coffee and Tea at NW 18th & Gilsan in Portland. We are happy to let you know that Coffeeshop Conversations can now also be found on iTunes, SoundCloud, TuneIn and soon to be on Stitcher. Just search for Oregon Music News when you get there. Downloadable, too.

Today Amy Maxwell pays a return visit to the coffeeshop. She was one of our first visitors, a couple of years ago, and a lot has changed for her since then.

She was one of the founders of Ticket Tomato, which is celebrating its tenth anniversary. She started it with her then-husband Patrick Lamb. And that’s the last time we’ll mention it.

She’s been on every side of the musical equation and is getting ready to launch a new concert promotion company while she continues to expand Ticket Tomato.

She’s a sharp cookie, and anyone who has ever known her can attest to that.

They’ll be handling the tickets for the upcoming Waterfront Blues Festival again this year.

Let’s catch up with Amy Maxwell.

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