Amy shares more about how she found the song “Overnight” and recording with her daughter:
Watch this video of Amy discussing the “Better Than A Hallelujah”. You’ll hear how the song was discovered and why it connected with her so well.
Amy recorded the first two video clips to catch people up a bit on things as her new album hits stores today, Tuesday, March 30th. Overall Catch-up: Family Catch-up:
Make sure you’re listening to your radios this week and if you’re in certain cities make sure you’re keeping your eye out for Amy! (also you can listen to the interviews live on the internet by clicking on the below links). Here’s a brief schedule what is going to be a very, very busy week: … Continue reading
As we enter the final countdown to the release of Somewhere Down The Road (available everywhere on Tuesday, March 30th), we are happy to announce that Friends Of Amy members now have the ability to listen to the ENTIRE album streaming on RadioAmy. Click here to log-in now, then listen, then come back here and … Continue reading
Amy’s label has posted a streaming slideshow/lyric presenation of Better Than A Hallelujah; any support that you can give us by requesting the song to your local radio stations is obviously appreciated. If you feel inclined, we obviously appreciate you sharing it with your friends and family – it’s a pretty powerful lyric that we … Continue reading
Hey everybody, In the coming weeks you’re going to be hearing a lot more from us. As new albums are released the amount of press, interviews, promotions, tour date announcements, increases exponentially – it is our goal to make sure that Amy’s friends/fans are kept up to date on as much as possible. We really … Continue reading
I am so excited for all of you to finally hear “Overnight,” Amy’s duet with her daughter, Sarah. I love the song and have been incredibly anxious for people to finally hear it. Interestingly, the song was co-written by Natalie Hemby. Natalie is the daughter of Amy’s longtime assistant and friend, Deanna, and her husband, … Continue reading
Casey Kasem’s site, America’s Top Ten Hits, has named Baby, Baby as one of the top songs of the ’90’s.