All About Amy Rose

She has been compared to Carrie Underwood and Kelly Clarkson, with power to boot.  Part down-home country girl, part sophisticated music veteran, this Redneck Princess is certainly one of Canada's best keep secret.


Returning to the music scene after a brief hiatus to raise her family, this Redneck Princess has started to take Nashville by storm.
With 3 Music Row top 100 singles, and 3 New Music Weekly top 10 singles, including a number one for "Sunshine", Amy Rose is certainly on her way to take her place among Country Music Royalty.


At the age of five, Amy Rose was bitten by the music bug, and there was no looking back.  Working towards her goal, she released her first album, One Special Girl at the age of 13.  Sixteen was her next album with The Last of the True Believers.
Then she was bitten by a new bug.  Amy Rose decided she wanted a family.  Taking a few years off, but still working some charity shows and gathering material for her return.


In 2011 it was time.  Getting together with producers Marty Beecroft and Glen Coulson a trip to Nashville, and 3 songs were complete.


In 2012 her first release of the new project, “I Just Want you to Know” was a powerful ballad, a remake of a Back Street Boys song.  This song put Amy Rose on the radar by breaking the top 100 of Music Row and the top 10 in New Music Weekly.  There is even a Karaoke version of this song on Sound Choice’s Top Country Hits Monthly, which is almost unheard of for an indie artist.
2013 was the year of the Rednecks.  Amy Rose’s “Party Like a Redneck” was released.  A fun song completely making fun of her family, and they loved it.  Written by Amy Rose and her producers Marty Beecroft and Glen Coulson, giving Amy Rose the reputation of the Redneck Princess.  With almost half a million views on YouTube and in rotation on C.M.T. Canada, this song helped Amy Rose land an opening spot for Big and Rich at Music in the Fields.


At the Nashville Universe Awards in February of 2014, Amy Rose won Video of the Year for Party Like a Redneck.
The winter of 2013 saw the release of “Sunshine”, another powerful ballad, dedicated to the memory of the men and women lost in the military.  Rising to number one on the New Music Weekly charts on February 28, 2014, Amy Rose knew she was making her mark.
2014 also saw the release of her single “Country Crazy”. 
Once again Amy Rose travelled to Nashville in February 2015 for the Nashville Universe Awards. This time being nominated for Female Artist of the Year. 


Amy Rose’s following single “Show up Naked and Bring Beer” is released this year.


​2016 – “YEAR OF THE ROSE”
Late 2015 Amy Rose teams up with Grammy Award Winning Producer Dale Oliver.
Dale bring to Amy Rose a plethora of talent and skill.  He has worked with many artist including Carrie Underwood, Sawyer Brown and Bucky Covington.  
Dale’s right hand man of the engineering side is Bobby Huff.  A talent on his own with the producing side, including Chronicles of Narnia as well as other artist.  He brings along an amazing talent on the board, as well as the back-up vocals.
January 25th, 2016 Amy Rose’s newest single, “One of These Days” is released to country radio.