Ever since she could talk, Amy began to sing. While laying in her crib, she would sing "the Lion King song" and "Monkey's Jumping on the Bed." As she grew, she bgan to perform, with her first solo performance ever at 4 years old, singing "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer." She participated in community theatre, school choirs, and performance groups, but later found her passion writing music.
She began writing original music when she was 13 years old and never stopped. Inspired by love, friendship, and life, she wrote until she recorded her first original song, "Fighter," in 2016. She has released 3 more singles since then, along with two covers including Rihanna's "Love on the Brain," her most popular release on Spotify.
After getting to college, she joined BYU's Top Female Collegiate Acappella group, BYU Noteworthy. She spent most of her time travelling around the country performing for thousands of people, while learning an incredible amount about music, performance, and people. She was able to star in multiple music videos with the group that can be found here, including the iconic "You'll Be in My Heart" from Tarzan.
More music videos from Noteworthy can be found HERE.
She is now a current member of an all female acapella group called Lucca, who perform songs of varying genres to different audiences throughout the world. She is featured in their most recent video release, a cover of Meghan Trainor's "Kindly Calm Me Down."
More music videos from Lucca can be found HERE.
Her personal music has also reached thousands, including to different countries across the world. She plans to release her first album later this year.