Dreams Go Live talks to Amy

Got to have a lovely chat with @graceleuenberger of @DREAMSgoLIVE. Check out the link to our convo on @dreamsgolive profile. From DGL ‘“PREMIERE: “The Curious Career of Amy Stroup.” Today we’re sharing the story of singer-songwriter, performer, and designer @amystroup. You’ve probably heard one of Amy’s tracks on your favorite TV show, or seen her branding work in your hippest friend’s vinyl collection. Get to know her and you’ll quickly discover: Stroup’s got game”.' Read the full conversation here: https://www.dreamsgolive.com/blog/amystroup


"MAGIC" Official Music Video is Live!

A couple of weeks ago, we loaded up some of Nashville’s most talented and fresh young filmmakers in a 15 passenger van and set out to the coast of South Carolina.  We stocked the van complete with a drone, scarves, bikes, tropical plants, cameras, matching red jumpers and La Croix’s and headed east to the Atlantic.  What a time was had making the video! We rode a boat to the middle of the ocean to find a secret sand bar, rode bikes all over Hilton Head island under the beautiful Spanish moss trees, and even had a dolphin swim next to us while we were filming! 


I must say it was a pleasure to create this visual experience for your viewing, “Magic.” Hurry over and be one of the 1st to watch the video here! 

Ruthie Lindsey & Jeddidah Amazing Car Dance Video to MAGIC!

Two of the most beautiful humans made a car dance video for the release. It’s hilarious and wonderful. In Jed’s beautiful words, “Tell your people that they’re magic. In a world gone mad, it’s easy to get heavy. Tell your people that they’re magic. Life is a wild thing, and we probably only have one. Tell your people that they’re magic. We need to say it to our beloveds.” – #AMEN

Enjoy this car dance & my new single now available for spinning everywhere. Love to you both, Ruthie & Jed. You are magic. WATCH IT ON RUTHIE's INSTAGRAM HERE!

Darling Magazine feature of Amy Stroup

Recently, Amy sat down with Darling Magazine and talked about song inspiration, life balance, entrepreneurship and more fun stuff. Check out the full interview at the link below. "I hope my music will help people run faster and longer in a workout, enjoy washing dishes, look forward to traffic, find a new summer song, want to love somebody more and maybe even find their favorite sad song. Also, I want people to know we are all messy and imperfect and that that is wonderful and doesn’t affect our worthiness of being loved."" - Amy Stroup from her conversation with Darling Magazine Check it out the full interview here: Darling Magazine

Amy Stroup Releases MAGIC

My newest single MAGIC is here! Get your copy of what I hope is your new summer jam.

Itunes: http://apple.co/2pG1nF4

Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2rkopGn

AMAZON: http://amzn.to/2qdC4Mg

May 19, 2017 (Nashville, TN) — Nashville artist Amy Stroup has released her new single, "Magic," making the track available to stream and purchase at all digital outlets. “Magic” blends Stroup's penchant for a vintage sound with the lyrics of her writing partner Mary Hooper, over modern hip-hop vibes. "Magic" is the first single from her upcoming full-length album.   

To create "Magic," Stroup enlisted the help of Taylor Dexter and Wesley Singerman, two LA-based producers who are a part of the SuperCookie production team and have contributed to artist's work such as Kendrick Lamar, Dolla Sign & others. “We met up at 10pm in Sherman Oaks at a studio with an outdoor basketball court and immediately hit it off with Wesley and Taylor. We had a song written and scratch track in a couple of hours and 'Magic' was born,” recounts Stroup. “The four of us had just met and were talking, but Taylor was kind of playing a sweet bass line under this beat that Wesley was messing with. We all stopped talking and I just starting singing melodies over it. The guys were really sweet, cuss word talented, and my favorite part, unassuming. We have now written two songs for my record and are working on more for the full length.”

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 3Despicable 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.


"I'm sticking with you Honey, you make the whole world sunny.  Hey Hey Hey"- Magic lyrics by Amy Stroup


love you guys- Amy : ) 

New Single "MAGIC" 5.19.17

So excited to announce I’m releasing the 1st single from my new album, called "Magic". On May 19th "Magic" will be available everywhere you stream or buy digital music. It’s the first look at a brand new album coming later this year that I am currently putting all the finishing touches on. (Full story below cover art)

Story behind the song MAGIC:

While working on my new record, I decided to mix things up and write with people who had different influences than me. That said, one of my main writing partners, Mary Hooper, and I set off to L.A. to take some fresh co-writing sessions. We were paired to write with two members ofSuperCookies production team in LA. We met up in Sherman Oaks at a studio with an outdoor basketball court. We immediately hit it off with Wesley and Taylor and had a song written and scratch vocal tracked in one day.  As we'd just met in the session and were talking, Taylor was playing this sweet bass line under a beat that Wesley was messing with. We kind of all stopped talking and I just starting singing melodies over it. “Magic" mixes my throwback, their modern hip hop, and Mary’s sweetly-penned lyrics. Most people know Ty from his work with Dolla Sign and Wes from their work with Kendrick Lamar.  Can't wait to share what we made May 19th!



Nashville Ballet + Ten out of Tenn presents Seven Deadly Sins

I'm excited to be apart of a huge Nashville collaboration featuring the Nashville Symphony, the Nashville Ballet and my friends and I of the Ten out of Tenn. Be sure to get tickets!  From the Nashville Ballet: A brand-new production from company dancer and frequent guest choreographer Christopher Stuart, Seven Deadly Sins follows one man’s journey as he is tempted by corrupt forces on his path to redemption. Seven Deadly Sins features all-new music played live by singer/songwriter collective Ten out of Tenn and the Nashville Symphony.

Seven Deadly Sins choreography by Christopher Stuart
Music composed and performed live by Ten out of Tenn

Ten out of Tenn Artist Lineup: Butterfly Boucher, Trent Dabbs, Gabe Dixon, Katie Herzig, Matthew Perryman Jones, Erin McCarley, K.S. Rhoads, Amy Stroup , Will Sayles,

Appalachian Spring choreography by Paul Vasterling
Live music performed by the Nashville Symphony
Music by Aaron Copland


In Appalachian Spring, Nashville Ballet Artistic Director & CEO Paul Vasterling presents an abstract interpretation of Copland’s famed score and explores the strength, tenacity and creative spirit of women.