Amy Goloby is an up-and-coming folk singer from Tomball who grew up with a passion for music. She began her musical journey at the age of twelve where she played the flute in her high school’s marching band and started writing songs when she was sixteen after learning how to play the guitar. She considers folk rock artists Brandi Carlile, Griffin House, and Gregory Alan Isakov among her musical influences. Her new album “Left Unsaid,” is a compilation of catchy folk songs inspired by her own experiences ranging from life, loss, and love. With vocals that compliment the folk genre and candid lyrics that are endearing, each track will inspire a reflective and sentimental feeling among listeners.