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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) interviews Canadian Country Singer Amy Rose
Amy Rose has already earned a reputation for being one of Ontario, Canada’s best-known secrets. From her early years on small-town fair and festival stages, to her recent radio airplay, charting and awards, this Rose with the soaring vocal range and pop country sensibilities is on a journey to the world stage and beyond…THIS is the beginning!
Thank you to our sponsor Orangeberry Book Tours and get involved with the Orangeberry Virtual Book Expo starting August 1st. Amy Rose-Listen on YouTube Part down-home country girl, part sophisticated musical veteran, Amy Rose has already earned a reputation for being one of Ontario, Canada’s best-known secrets. From her early years on small-town fair and festival stages, to her brand-new, Nashville-recorded single, this Rose with the soaring vocal range and pop country sensibilities is on a journey to the world stage and beyond…THIS is the beginning!
Please welcome Ms Amy Rose to the Living & Thriving with Rustie Series.
Amy Rose grew up in Barrie, Ontario, Canada, where she began her singing career at the age of 5. Her first public performance was in a singing contest at the Barrie Promenade Days, a local fair. A series of singing competitions followed, including her most memorable early moment: “It was at the Kinmount Fair,” Amy recalls. “I had been the winner for the previous three years, when I was lucky enough to meet one of my local heroes, Jason McCoy (2001 CCMA Best Male Artist.)” It was also during this period that Amy was trained in, and mastered the art of yodeling, earning her the respect of Ontario’s country music community.
Amy’s first album, One Special Girl, was released independently, when she was 13. On the strength of this album, she landed a spot on Dorian Baxter’s Gospelenium Tour, opening for Joni and Cathy Twitty, the daughters of her then-idol, Conway Twitty. Other openers for The Wilkinsons, Emerson Drive and High Valley followed. Her 2nd album, The Last of the True Believers, was released in 2001, receiving airplay, and earning her the reputation as one of Canada’s best young female artists. A brief hiatus from recording gave Amy the opportunity to raise a family with her husband; passing along the strong values that have always been an important part of her life.
Having released her first album at the age of 13, country artist Amy Rose has made the country charts in her decade's long career.
Part of the new generation of singer/songwriters in Nashville, the Candian born artist is looking to once again to make an impact on the scene.
We talk to Rose about her humble beginning and how her music has evovled over the years.
“A Rose by any other name would smell as sweet…” said Juliet, in Shakespeare’s famous play, Romeo and Juliet. The question is, would they sound as sweet as THIS Rose? Part down-home country girl, part sophisticated musical veteran, Amy Rose has already earned a reputation for being one of Ontario, Canada’s best-known secrets. From her early years on small-town fair and festival stages, to her brand-new, Nashville-recorded single, this Rose with the soaring vocal range and pop country sensibilities is on a journey to the world stage and beyond…THIS is the beginning!
Recorded at Sony Tree Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, “I Just Want You To Know” was the first single from Amy’s forthcoming third album, The Beginning. The track, a pop-country cover of a song originally recorded by the Backstreet Boys, was produced by Glenn Coulson and Marty Beecroft of After Tuesday Productions. It was the Most Added Single at country radio, week ending October 26, 2012, according to New Music Weekly magazine, and it reached #9 on the NMW Country chart and #85 on the Music Row chart. The song also helped Amy receive the “Rising Star” nomination in the 2013 Ontario Country Music Association awards and three nominations in the 2013 Independent Country Music Association Awards. It also helped her earn a Barrie Cultural Grant award, voted on by a jury of professionals from across Canada. The song is being released to the European market in April 2013
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On this episode, we spoke to Canadian country singer Amy Rose, Chicago comedian Mike Stricker, and singer/songwriter Jiggley Jones.
The interview with Amy was one of the funniest we've ever conducted.
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With musical guest Amy Rose.
Part down-home country girl, part sophisticated musical veteran and “Redneck Diva,” Amy Rose has already earned a reputation for being one of Ontario, Canada’s best-known secrets. Amy’s first two singles from her forthcoming third album, “I Just Want You To Know” and “(Redneck Reunion) Party Like A Redneck,” both achieved international airplay on more than 300 stations, worldwide.
In April 2013, “I Just Want You To Know” reached #9 on the New Music Weekly country chart, while “Party” eclipsed that mark reaching #6 in September 2013. The video for the latter also received more than 400,000 youtube views, while earning a spot on the Y’allwire Top 25 Most Viewed videos chart. Both singles received Music Row chart action, with “I Just Want You To Know” peaking at #85.
In the meantime, Amy received a 2013 Ontario Country Music Association award nomination for Rising Star, three nominations and one award win in the 2013 Independent Country Music Association awards, and 4 nominations in the 2013 International Music and Entertainment Association awards.
Barrie, Ontario Country artist AMY ROSE entered her first singing contest Barrie’s Promenade Days at age 5. That was when her parents realized their daughter had talent to sing. She began to enter other talent competitions including Kinmount Fair which she won 3 years in a row - and got to meet one of her idols, Jason McCoy. By the age of 10, Amy was mastering the art of yodeling with lessons from JK Gulley. At the age of 13, she released her first album Amy Rose - One Special Girl under an independent label. The release of this album landed her a spot on a Gospel tour where she opened for Conway Twitty’s daughters Joni & Kathy Twitty. Over the years, Amy has shared the stage with The Wilkinsons, Emerson Drive & High Valley. Eventually, in the summer of 2010, Amy teamed up with Glenn Coulson & Marty Beecroft of After Tuesday Productions. She's since gained popularity and increased her fan base with the singles (Redneck Reunion) Party Like a Redneck, I Just Want You To Know & Sunshine. Amy is getting set to release a brand new single called Country Crazy on April 7th. The song is written by Marty Beecroft, Glenn Coulson and Tal Bachman. The new song will get its *world premiere* on this episode of In The Country!
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Tonight's Featured Guest: Amy Rose
Amy Rose is an Independent Country Music Association award winner, and IMEA Country Entertainer of the Year. Her first two US singles reached the Top 10 on the New Music Weekly country chart, a nationally recognized chart. She recently performed at CMA Fest and she just opened for Big and Rich. Her new single, "Sunshine" was the #1 Most Added single at country radio a few weeks ago, and it is currently #64 on the NMW chart.
Get Amy Rose CDs and Merchandise at www.amyrosemusic.bigcartel.com
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Amy Beth is delighted to welcome rising indie artist Caroline Rose. The talented singer-songwriter discusses her creative journey and the inspiration and influences that fuel her rich, distinctive sound. And we sample her tunes, too.
Amy Beth also opens up the lines for the free flow pop culture convo, dips into the mailbag and offers another creative nudge to the Inspiration to Action challengers.
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