Oh How The Years Go By… (Leave 50th Birthday Wishes to Amy)

Posted on: November 22nd, 2010 by Derek 1,117 Comments

We have seen many of you posting Birthday wishes for Amy so we wanted to open a blog for you to leave comments and give Amy one spot where she could come to read your messages…

  • Over the years Amy has touched all of our lives in individual ways, whether personally, from the stage, or through her music.  This is a chance for all of us to stop for a minute and share a memory, a simple “Happy Birthday” or something from your heart to hers.

Please leave your messages here as “comments” so we can easily gather them and give them to her.  All of us here @ AG.com are blessed to know you all and we know how much Amy is going to enjoy reading your memories.

(Messages with personal contact information will be edited so that such information is not made public as all comments will be visible for others to read on AmyGrant.com thus throughout the internet).

  • carla howell

    dear amy happy birthday hope u have great one
    love carla

  • Yvonne

    Happy 5-0, Amy – you’re still beautiful after all these years!! Your music speaks VOLUMES to me and you are such a blessing to us all! I pray that God will continue to use you as His messenger. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving! Looking forward to seeing you and Vince in Atlanta at the Fox on December 20th!! Lots o love, girl:~0

  • dave

    Happy birthday!
    Wishing you all the best from the Netherlands. It might be a great idea to celebrate it over here 😉

  • Sara Hoefling


    You are my favorite singer..always have been since age 7 and still are at age 34….You got me through years of watching my mom battle breast cancer and loosing that battle when I was 18….you got me through the ups and downs of college..through a divorce…and through my second marriage and having a baby. Your voice is home to me and filled with memories of dancing around my bedroom in middleschool with my hair brush as my microphone…I too danced in front of thousands on stage as I listened to your tapes in my hot pink tape recorder!! You have grown more beautiful and I appreciate your realness in all the pain you have gone through…God is faithful to us..He is good…you have taught me to be a real Christian with real struggles..may Jesus bless you always and forever!!

  • Andrew Stevens North Yorkshire England

    Dear Amy,
    I have so many memories of how your music and life and been special to me and yet it’s so difficult to put into words.
    So putting it simply, I feel honoured to have this opportunity to wish you a very Happy and Blessed Birthday.
    Love Andrew xx
    Richmond, North Yorkshire UK

  • Jacquie

    Happy 50th Birthday, Amy!

    Wishing you the best birthday ever! How special that your 50th birthday is on Thanksgiving this year. I am thankful for the influence that you have had in my life, though I have never met you. I have listened to your music since I was a teenager and you were just starting out. (I am almost 39.) I have admired you greatly through the years. You have a very down-to-earth personality to you and to your music that always resonated with me. Your music is always able to speak what the heart wants to say.

    I especially want to thank you for the song, “Overnight”. It is a song that touches me every time I hear it. There is something about it that just speaks to my heart and reminds me to treasure each and every moment and to be thankful for all that we have been given.

    Here is to 50 more years! May they be full of God’s blessings. Thank you for blessing me!

  • Karen Slattery

    Have a wonderful birthday and Thanksgiving!

  • Jill

    Happy Birthday to an incredibly talented artist! How wonderful to know that in addition to your talent you are so kind & gracious. I think my dad (Jack Carpenter) is totally smitten. Hope your birthday & the Thanksgiving weekend are full of faith, family & friends!!! Enjoy!!!

  • Pamela Luce


    Happy 50th Birthday! I hope you have an amazing birthday–blessed with the presence of family and friends on your birthday and over the Thanksgiving holiday. I hope you have an awesome 50th year as well!

    I met you a few years back at the Church of the Resurrection in Lenexa, Kansas, after the sound check. I had a brief few seconds with you and was unable to put all that I wanted to say to you into words. I will try to do so now.

    I have been blessed so much by your music over the years. Just hearing your voice brings comfort like the voice of a friend does. Your compassion, kindness, graciousness, and transparency have been the things that have drawn me to you and your music through the years. Your sense of fun and depth of faith have inspired me. I greatly appreciate the courage you have shown in speaking truth even when it wasn’t popular or received by your fans. You are an amazing woman and I’m so glad the Lord has allowed you to continue to share your gifts with the world.

    A couple of years ago, the Lord had me on a journey of healing. I was dealing with lots of memories, emotions, and having to face myself and the junk I had stuffed way deep down inside. During that time I had five songs that really ministered to me and I played them constantly—two of them were Everywhere I Go and Out in the Open. Through those songs, I held on to the fact that the Lord is always with me and He is waiting to forgive and offering His unconditional love always. What an impact His Truth and your music have made in my life.

    I hope to see you again whenever you return to Kansas City!

    Blessings and love,

  • http://www.cateringbychefs.com Sherry Thrasher

    I have been listening to your music since your very first Christmas album. Its completely appropriate that you turn 50 on Thanksgiving as you’ve been giving thanks for years. My best to you and yours. Keep up the good work–blessings await.

  • Suzanne & Edward Gilligan

    Have a Wonderful “50th” Birthday! One of the many miles stones in your lives. It was great seeing you in Jefferson, Wisconsin. Hope to see you next time you come to Wisconsin. May God keep blessing you and your family. Have a Great Day!!!
    Love, Suzanne & Edward Gilligan, Howards Grove

  • http://BearSheCottage.blogspot.com Sheila

    Amy, wishing you a wonderful birthday and Happy Thanksgiving too! Have been a fan for a very long time. I’m glad you have blessed us with your music. Please keeping making the music because 50 is the new 40. Remember!

  • http://KaileysNuts.com Dawn

    Hey, Amy, I have followed your career for what?… 25 years now…and the reason for that is not only that I love your voice and that your music stirs emotions…and has helped me through many struggles in my life…but also because you always have a smile and hug for your fans. I have met you several times…and though I know mine is just a face among thouands, you always manage to make me feel important to you in that moment. The time you spend at meet and greets with your fans is dearly appreciated. You take the time to sign autographs, smile for photographs and listen to whatever someone may want to share. You have remained grounded and approachable after all these years….making us all feel like true Friends of Amy! With Much Appreciation for all the time you’ve given to your fans when you just didn’t have to–but chose to anyway. Happy Birthday and Love, Dawn

  • Kevin Clements

    Hey Amy,

    We share the same birthday, November 25th.
    We also share the great truth that we are both loved by Jesus.
    I want you to know that because of the songs you’ve written and sung about Jesus, my wife Linda also knows the love of Jesus. Our family has caught several of your shows together over our 23 years together, and everywhere in between your shows since Linda has sung your songs in our house for as long as I can remember. Thanks for the honest, real life, song writing, you are an inspiring Psalmist to other musicians/

    So happy 50th Amy, I celebrated my 50th 4 years ago.

    kevin clements

  • Charlene Blake

    Happiest of birthdays, Amy! Where did all the years go so quickly? I began listening to you when I first got married in July 1982. You and I essentially raised our kids in the same time period:) I recall taking my girls to one of your concerts in D.C. in the early-mid 1990s—we were in the nosebleed section! You and Gary Chapman were there together. Your concert was great! Somehow, I lost contact with you for a few years after that…OH, how the years marched by! BUT…I continued to faithfully listen to your music!
    I wanted to reconnect so I took my husband and youngest teenage daughter to your Christmas concert in D.C in December 2000. Imagine my surprise when I found out that you were married to Vince Gill and expecting a baby! What a fabulous concert! I was excited for you—and admired you for you stamina!
    Once again, the years passed by! Then, in December 2008, I reconnected again when my husband and I went to your concert in Elmira, NY. It was a snowy evening—a perfect setting and a great first trip to upstate NY! Again, it was a mesmerizing concert!
    Now that my husband and I am an empty-nesters, I’ve made it a point to see you in concert at least once a year:) I love the small venues with lots of sightseeing! We had the good fortune of meeting you at a recent Lancaster, PA concert. You are an amazingly warm, down-to-earth person! Thank you for being so giving to your fans!
    Have a special time with you family this Thanksgiving! Know that your fans hope that you will continue in concert for many years to come! Your meaningful music will always hold a special place in our hearts!

  • Paige

    Happy Birthday Amy! I have been listening to your music since the first “album”. ( We have grown up together. You being the older sister, of course. I am still a babe, 46) Way back when Christian music was hard to come by. God has given you a special gift and it makes me happy and proud to know that you have used this gift with such honor and grace. Thank you for blessing me with your voice. You are truly an inspiration to us all. God Bless You and Your family.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving
    Much love

  • Paula Honroth

    Amy, what an inspiration in my life and how many people told me I sounded like you when I was younger.
    Boy having God in your life is the best!
    Many more happy years to you and your blessed and ordained gift from God!
    I will always keep you in my prayers and heart, great help with the teens:)

  • Kevin Baerg

    Happy 50th Amy – the beautiful person you are keeps shining brightly for the whole world to see! I remember listening to El Shaddai driving my very first new car in 1983. “Lead Me On” is the album that still speaks volumes to me – I so appreciate your honesty and open heart on that collection! I remember defending your mainstream direction to my hyper Christian friends saying, “Isn’t it better for her to influence millions of people from all backgrounds than just singing songs to those already in the Church?!”

    Anyway, my life is better because you lived and exercised your gifts Amy! Big hug, Kevin

  • http://margierose.biz M.Rose

    Happy 5oth Birthday Amy Grant..
    I wrote a sonf seem to be getting gliches on my cell..so
    hope i am not to late to blog….

    Happy Birthday Song……
    Now here is a song to sing how special you really are
    so Happy Birthday Amy Grant…

    Your wonderful extraordinary well known in all
    your ways….
    No one can never ever…take your place…..
    Because of the love you have and the love you have sown.
    You`ve woven a quilt of musical adventure with notes to say
    Your Never Alone…
    Its not hard to believe that you have your Fathers Eyes, you
    sang the song that was made for you so from Age to Age
    Your Heart in Motion 5o years ..so true…..
    because of your familys devotion…a house of love
    becomes you!
    What more can I express of a never ending journey
    Happy 5oth Birthday Amy

    So as you have met us somewhere down the road
    We embrace you with all that is in our hearts
    to say written from page to page a thousand fold
    and more ,even those who coudnt write I am speaking
    Forever friends we will stay..We love you Amy always
    (your song titles are in the song) made just for you :)

  • Lisa Boynton

    Dear Amy…Happy 50th birthday, girlfriend! What a great milestone for a wonderful lady. I remember the first time I heard one of your songs. It was “Thy Word” and it touched my heart and made me want more. Later in my life, when I taught Sunday School and we were studying the Old Testament, I shared “Thy Word” and “El Shaddai”. The Spirit was there, testifying of our Savior, Jesus Christ, and His marvelous mission. I had the opportunity to see you in concert twice. The first time was when my friend and I drove 7 hours from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas. Our seats were 1000 miles from the stage, but we were thrilled to be in the same room with you! The second time was when you performed at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus. My husband and I sat on the FRONT ROW and I was in heaven. You made eye contact with me every once in a while and I felt like we were old, best friends. Today, when I listen to “Better Than a Hallelujah”, I get all teary, especially when you sing about the “drunkard’s cry”. My sweet brother, only 13 months younger than me, has been an alcoholic for most of his adult life and recently served a year in prison for repeated DUI offenses. This Thanksgiving, he is sober, has a steady job, is finally speaking to his children again, and is praying to Jesus Christ. It truly is “better than a hallelujah”. Thank you for bringing a special light to my life, Amy, and may God continue to bless you and your family. With love, Lisa

  • Lynn

    Happy Birthday!
    Your music has been a source of inspiration for me since I was a teenager. Whenever I am sad, angry or scared, I listen to it and I feel better. Every Christmas is brought in with your music – a Christmas to Remember was even playing when my daughter was born on Christmas Eve. Thank you for your wonderful songs. God Bless!

  • Lisa Hawkes

    Happy Birthday! We actually share the same birthday. I’ve owned almost all of your albums, (eversince 1979), and still love listening to them. I hope that I will grow into a wiser, gentler, kinder person…just the way I see you have grown over the years. I look up to you and admire everything about you! God bless you!

  • Brooke

    Dear Amy,

    Happy 50th Birthday and Happy Thanksgiving!

    I’ve had the pleasure of meeting you twice. In October 2005 at an Orchestra concert in Syracuse, NY and then the following spring at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Two great days in my life. I was so impressed with just how real you are. No pretense…no arrogance. You told me the story behind the pictures I’d asked you to sign…one of which was a Guidepost magazine from 1986 to which you exclaimed…”Who is that child?” I have listened to your music since the early 80’s. Each and every record in it’s own way, in many cases, was relevant to exactly what I may have been going through in my life at that time. If that’s not God working through you…I’m not sure what is. I, too, am divorced and remarried to a man that I cannot imagine living my life without. Happiness is possible for a second time. Pain does pass in time. Thank you for being you. Please never change that. May you have the happiest of birthdays! God bless you!!

  • http://www.vonhaeger.com Arden

    Amy…so happy for you, especially now that you have joined the ranks of 50 somethings….Welcome…Wishing you all the best…I remember our boys hanging together and visiting you and your family from time to time…hope all is well! I’ll see you along the road! Peace, Arden

  • Debbie Morrison

    Happy Birthday, Amy! From the time my oldest son, Matthew, was born — we spent a weekend at my husband’s grandmother’s house each December to celebrate Christmas and make homemade taffy. Matthew is now 31; his brother, Michael, is 30; and his sister, Jennifer, is 27. Each year as we drove to Beattyville, Kentucky … we listened to your Christmas Album. “Tennessee Christmas” and “Heirloom” are two of my absolute favorites. Even tho’ we were just going to Kentucky and not Tennessee — “Tennessee Christmas” just gave me such a feeling of family, as well as “Heirloom.” Grandma and Grandpa are now gone and those memories will live in my heart forever.
    I listen to those songs now while at work during this time of the year — just brings back such wonderful memories. Thanks, Amy, for not only being a part of our lives at Christmas … but throughout the year with your wonderful music.
    Much love Amy to you and your family and …. Happy Thanksgiving! With love — Deb Morrison

  • Joelle


    Happy Birthday! I had the pleasure of attending Pieces of Our Lives in Orlando last month, and it is easy to see that at 50 years of age you are better than ever!!! I’m not far behind you so that gives me some hope. As I shared with you before the concert, your music played an enormous part in me becoming a Christian. In 1983, while listening to Straight Ahead as a fifteen year old, it became abundantly clear that I needed to surrender my life to Jesus. And that’s just what I did that night in my bedroom. Through the years you continued to help me see that following God is more about loving and helping others than following rules. A simple but profound thought. Mother Theresa said that not all of us are called to do great things, but all of us are called to do little things with great love. Amy, you have done both the great things and the little things, and both with much love. Thanks for giving me a beautiful example of what it looks like to love others like Jesus did. Have a great day filled with joy and peace.

    Your sister, Joelle

  • Elizabeth Boatwright

    Happy Birthday Miss Amy! What an amazing blessing you have been to me for 17 years now. Your music has spoken to me when nothing else could.

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and Birthday with those you love!

    Thank you for all you do!

    Elizabeth, Memphis.

  • http://amygrant.com Beth Thompson

    Happy Birthday Dear Amy!! Your music has been such an inspiration over the years! I’m so glad that you are still making music!! Better than a Hallelujah is the best song I have heard in a long time, it is so real!! I have enjoyed your concerts and your way to connect all of us to God and each other! I wish you in this year of jubilee…a year filled with SO many blessings!! May you feel the love of God, family, friends and fans through the rest of your days!! Much love to you!!
    Beth, Maplewood, MN

  • Karen Dalton

    Happy 50th Birthday Amy. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful voice, gifts and talent with all of us. You are truly an inspiration to so many people. Your music touches me and your song writing ability is truly a gift. I have had the pleasure of meeting you a few times, Atlanta, Ga, Tysons Square in Virginia, Florida with Vince. I love how you listen to every person like that person is the only one in the room. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.


  • Kelly

    Happy Birthday, Amy!
    You do 50 proud, Girl! You look great and your voice is as fantastic as ever! You and your music have been my companion and dear, sweet friend for 30 years….we’ve grown up together, and your music has brought joy, tears, & comfort, and has helped me process a lot through the years. Thank you for being true to yourself and being honest before the Lord and your fans. May God bless you abundantly beyond all you can ask or imagine in the next 50 years! (Eph. 3:20-21)

  • Benita

    When “Unguarded” came out, I remember how even the cover had a real impact on me. As goofy as it is to recall, that leopard print jacket told me that I could be daring; it gave me permission to explore my life and my faith on my own terms. (Hey, it was the 80s… jackets and shoulder pads had deep meaning back then…)

    Fast-forward some years later. I read an interview with you where you started singing “Come Into My World” for the reporter then stopped abruptly — the lyric was too personal and you didn’t want to share it in an interview. The brief snippet the reporter quoted in the article sounded like the kind of song I wanted to hear and it was a disappointment not to be able to even read the lyrics.

    Fast-forward again, maybe a decade (or more?) later, and “Come Into My World” is on your latest album, along with other songs that just blow me away with their bare honesty and creative guts… and that to me seems to encapsulate what reaching a milestone birthday should be about: growing into your vulnerabilities, knowing your strengths and showing them both to the world. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Have a wonderful birthday.

  • Melody

    HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY Amy!! Your music has had such an impact on my life over the years! When I became a Christian (way back) in 1980, the leaders of my bible study gave me your album “My Father’s Eyes,” which was the first Christian album I had ever had. “All I Have to Be” is my favorite of all of your songs. Whenever I was down, I would listen to both concert albums and they would always pick me up. One summer, I put “Unguarded” and “Straight Ahead” on a tape and drove my family crazy listening to it over and over and over. I still have all of the original record albums that I used to listen too; I can’t play them anymore but they just mean so much to me, I can’t get rid of them! You were also the first concert I got to go to without my parents and with my friends. I went during the “Unguarded” tour and I got to get close to the stage for a few minutes before I got sent back to my seat! I have dear friend because she and I were the only ones who had heard of you in eighth grade in ’81. MY family had just moved to a new town and I was at a new school. Our choir sang, “Old Man’s Rubble” and people were asking who sang it and my friend and I both said “AMY GRANT” and we’ve been friends ever since. You opened the door to Christian music for me and I am so thankful! You’re music has gotten me through the teen years, college, miscarriages, and a kidney transplant! Thank you so much for sharing your gift with me all of these years!

  • http://AmyGrant wanda

    Happy BIRTHDAY Amy. you look great all ways and now 50.you are the best and your songs are great. i been a fan sences i saw the vidio baby baby.have the best birthday and thanksgiving tomorro .happy thanksgiving love you big fan Wanda Diaz………..

  • Medina Santos

    Happy Birthday, to a beautiful woman, with a beautiful soul….I have listened to and loved your music and penchant for sharing, for about 20 some odd years, and with each passing one, I come to appreciate your honesty and ability to put life’s challenges and joys into songs that so many of us can relate to. Thank you so much for blessing so many, myself included (and now, my sweet daughter, Victoria, too), with your creative gifts. Your music has always blessed me and spoken to my heart, when I’ve most needed it. I have sung along with you, more times than I can count! May God continue to bless you, as you continue “walkin’ down the road,” with your faith and heartfelt gratitude. You are an angel, who walks among us….Much love and tight hugs! Medina

  • Maria Tantri

    Hi Amy,
    Im maria from indonesia. Its very nice to listen all of your songs from here. Since i was 13 n until now,16,,your songs still keep me relize how wonderful is our God.
    Happy birthday bday from indonesia,God bless you.

  • Derek Leong

    Our dear Amy – Happy Birthday and Thanksgiving to you and your family! Thank and Praise God for you. Thank you for the songs and music, May the Lord Jesus keeps you and be with you always!

  • Thomas Moyers

    Happy Birthday Amy. You are now in the 50 year old club like I am. Had my 50th birthday back in August. I have been a big fan of yours since I was in my early 20’s and one of my best experiences was when I met you after a concert you did in Corpus Christi. Was able to get some back stage passes and got to meet you. Keep making music and live your life to the fullest.
    Thomas Moyers

  • http://stephaniecat@msn.com stephanie c.

    Happy Happy Birthday Amy…… I remember I bought the lead me on tape and rocked my babies in the rocking chair as I sang to them….tears streamed down as I related to the words as they paralled my life….been hooked on your music ever since….. Especially enjoy the christmas cd’s…God bless you forever and happiest of birthdays..

  • Rebecca L. Oals

    I hope you had a great birthday!

  • Lise Eistrup Schroeder

    No other music has had an influence in my life like Amy Grant, Andrea Crouch and the late Keith Green. But the music I always come back to is the music of Amy. I saw her in concert in Oslo in 1983 and went right to the music shop and bought the “Age to Age” album and gave it to my friends. Since then it’s been pure love for the person and singer/songwriter Amy.
    So Amy, Happy Birthday and thank you.
    Lise, Oslo Norway.

  • Amanda

    Happy Birthday Amy! You have been a part of my life since I started dancing when I was 5. I have very fond memories of making up dances by myself to Baby, Baby and Every Heartbeat. I’m also proud to say that yours is the only live concert I’ve ever been to. Your songs were also the first that I taught myself to play (not well) on the piano. I wish you all the best on your journey in life and hope you know the impact your music has on all of us.

    Amanda, Wyoming

  • Sam McQuain

    Happy Birthday Amy and many, many, many more! ☺

  • http://twitter.com/rogerkuiper Roger Kuiper

    Have a wonderful birthday and a Happy Thanksgiving, Amy. you mean a lot to me and so many others. your faithfulness to God all this time does not go unnoticed. you’ve no doubt saved more Lives than you know, and had a profound influence on so many others. :) I look forward to spending time with you in Heaven and singing with you around the Throne of our Beloved Savior and God, Christ Jesus, our Bridegroom. :)

  • Charles J. Graves

    Hi, Amy – Happy Birthday!!! One thing I give thanks for on your special day is you! Your music has filled my life more than I can ever tell you. I’ve met you three times and look forward to the next. I hope your birthday is wonderful!!! :-) Chuck

  • glenda canipe

    Happy Birthday Sweet Augusta Darling!
    Oh, how the years go by and I count my blessings baby, baby because you have come into my world wearing many hats and somewhere down the road when I look into your eyes I will say friends are friends forever and thank you because I have been saved by love!
    In simple things you’re beautiful because you have your father’s eyes and nothing is beyond Him so hold onto Jesus and Fly!
    You see, the children of the world need to stay for a while and maybe return to Pooh corner to the house of love and hear these walls speak words of wisdom and learn not to live in an old man’s rubble. So they too can Fly and know that somewhere down the road everyone needs a helping hand and love will find a way! You pen this so well. It’s a curious thing, but you have helped turn this world around! I could cry a river of gratitude! The Rock of Ages and His Word which you sing have shown that I need Thee every hour! You reminded me that In a little while we will be with the Father. The Lover of my soul will carry you so we can be unafraid. We are Highly Favoured. Why, Overnight, one little miracle can restore our innocence lost. So that up above my head I hear music and know angels are watching over me! God is with us! That’s better than a Hallelujah!!!
    So Amy, I have and always will be grateful for the feelings I have because even when I don’t know why hard times come, I can come out in the open into the fields of plenty and know that the chance of Emmanuel giving a breath of heaven to me is what I already own! It is well with my soul!
    So, it’s you I like and I’ll be missing you and looking forward to more beautiful words and happy mosaics of life. I count my blessings and you are one. I am a lucky one and I welcome you into my world always!
    You are cherished! Psalm 139
    Happy day to you!
    Glenda Canipe

  • Nancy Stillman

    Dear Amy,

    I just wanted to wish you a special, Happy Birthday! Because of your music and faithfulness, I have celebrated over 25 more birthdays than even I expected. Your music spoke to me and gave me hope. Your music gave the names of God real life and meaning when I listened to El Shaddai, (God who is more than enough). It allowed me a place where, with God, I could overcome the loss of my youth. I remember playing Friends Are Friends Forever and singing through the tears when I found out about the first of four classmates being killed in a car wreck. We only had 80 in my graduating class.
    I sang Angels Watching Over Me when I was stranded, alone and walking home in the middle of the night through a D.C. suburb. Only to find out later, that there had been several rapes in the area I walked through.
    You are a precious gift to so many.

    Blessings to you on your 50th birthday!

    Nancy Stillman

    P.S. My husband and best friend share your birthday!

  • Julie Davis Hopkins

    Hi Amy,
    Just wanted to say you have been my favorite singer since I was a little girl (I am 38 now). My fun memories associated with your music (especially at Camp Crestridge in N.C.) are too numerous to list. Thanks for loving Jesus and using your gifts for Him. May God richly bless you on your 50th birthday and many years to come!
    Julie Davis Hopkins

  • http://ronstorer.com Denise Storer

    Happy Birthday Amy!
    It was so nice of you to give us all the day off to celebrate! 😉

    Have a great Birthday/Thanksgiving

  • Jennifer James

    Happy birthday, Amy! Happy thanksgiving as well. I have loved your music since I was a young girl. My nickname used to be “Amy” because all my friends knew you were (and remain) my favorite artist. Wishing you, Vince and your entire family a wonderful holiday season. Love and blessings to you!!


  • Christina Bollman

    Happy 50th Amy!!!

    I first started listening to your music when I was 15 and received your LMO cassette for Christmas. It is now 22 years later and still am amazed by such powerful and loving music that comes out of such a loving and caring woman.

    Have a wonderful birthday and Happy Thanksgiving!!!

    Christina Bollman



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