Amy Stroup

Nashville, TN

Amy Stroup
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Far From Yesterday

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An Independent songwriter, living in Nashville, who has had her songs featured on more than 20 TV shows (Parenthood, Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice, Brothers and Sisters, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars) as well as National TV ads for Eharmony and Walmart. Amy has released 3 digital EPs and one nationally distributed full length solo recorded entitled The Other Side of Love Sessions. Along with Gabe Dixon she is the newest member of the TEN OUT OF TENN tour where she is one of ten featured artists along side Andrew Belle, Katie Herzig, Matthew Perryman Jones and more. Recently Amy released a single called ‘ Fell Like A Feather’ on a collaborative project spear-headed by Phil Madeira called Mercyland with artist The Civil Wars, Mat Kearney, Emmylou Harris and More.

In 2012 Trent Dabbs and Stroup released a self titled band project called Sugar & The Hi-Lows. Billboard magazine called the project ‘Sweet Stuff.’ USA Today said,’The only thing better than the bluesy, garage-rock guitars is Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup’s vocal chemistry.’ Marie Claire magazine stated, ‘This Nashville duo’s sultry garage rock comes in like a lion, thanks to fuzzy guitars and Amy Stroup’s salted-caramel voice.’