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Twisted South welcomes Amy Hart

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Amy Hart was born and raised in the Chicago area, Amy Hart got her start playing Blues on festival stages. In the eighties as a youngster she won a few radio contests and ended up outselling the Rolling Stones "Emotional Rescue" with her cut "Sad Love Song" at number one for two weeks on WLUP FM98 from the station sponsored Chicago Rocks Volume One compilation.
In 1985 she moved to L.A. and drifted more toward R&B, writing and recording with Tim Tobias under John Ryan's (Styxx, Doobie Bros.) production. She scored a spot on the teen hit soundtrack to the movie, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" with "Too Cruel" released on Mercury Records.
Moved to Nashville in the nineties and released her first cd, "Every Beat of My Heart" on her label , Painted Rock Records in 2000. Toured the SE both as a band and as a solo acoustic artist. Moved to FL in 2001 and played the Gulf Coast circuit for ten years until the Horizon Oil Spill cut her gig schedule in half. Moved back to Nashville and recorded "Congratulations" newly released again on Painted Rock Records in November 2011.


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