Not only has Amy Stroup seen considerable success as a solo artist, but also as a member of the popular indie/alternative group, Sugar & The Hi-Lows. Last year, Amy and fellow bandmate Trent Dabbs toured the US and internationally including a sold out Royal Albert hall show in London with Kacey Musgraves in support of the duo’s sophomore LP, High Roller. As Sugar & The Hi-Lows, the pair has also shared the stage with Chris Stapleton, Kings of Leon, and Ingrid Michelson. As a solo artist, Amy is a member of Ten Out of Tenn, a collective of ten artists from Tennessee that formed to tour the country and give voice to the emerging indie pop Nashville sound. This group’s members have included Andrew Belle, Joy Williams, Mikky Ekko, Katie Herzig, and Trent Dabbs among others.
Amy’s songs have been featured in over 100 TV, Film, and commercial placements. Recently, her single “This is My Time” was featured on NBC’s hit show This is Us. As a writer and performer in the band Danger Twins, with partner Andrew Simple, she has seen continued success. Currently, Danger Twins has songs featured in three trailers including Pitch Perfect 3, Despicable Me 3, and the new Emoji movie. Notable brands such as Nike, Lexus, Calvin Klein, and Gatorade are currently using Danger Twins’ music in worldwide campaigns. Amy also applies her creative mindset to her full service creative company, Milkglass Creative. She and her business partner Mary Hooper serve as a creative think tank that specializes in branding, art direction, book cover design, and album design for artists including Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton, Ingrid Michaelson and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to name a few.