Canadian-born Amy Guess’ early childhood was spent in Calgary. When she was 12 years old, her family moved to Las Vegas where she began playing in cover bands, a gig that eventually landed her a job as a singing gondolier at the Venetian Hotel while she was still in high school.

A meeting with Grammy-nominated producer, Rusty Varenkamp led to “Moonlight,” the single that put her on the map, garnering over 500,000 streams. Shortly thereafter, the two began working on Amy’s 2017 EP 10 Times out of 10.

Amy’s voice moves between tearful, dramatic pleas to quiet expressions of devotion. Her vocal range brings a touching honesty to life’s darker moments. “I like peeling back layers that you don’t even know are there, to unlock something real,” Guess says. “When I’m singing or writing, It goes deep. You’re letting out your deepest most private and sometimes darkest stories and emotions, even though it’s a healing experience, it can be heavy letting those things out.”

Amy’s latest track “Sorry,” out now, was produced by Elliot Jacobson  (Vérité, Elle King, Ingrid Michaelson).  She’s currently preparing more music for upcoming release, and she’s hitting the road this Feb/March, first with Aaron Carter and then Betty Who.

Dates with Aaron Carter:
2/25 Pittsburgh, PA @ Hard Rock Cafe
2/26 Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java
2/27 Philadelphia, PA @ The Voltage Lounge
2/28 Pawtucket, RI @ The Met
3/2   Lawerence, MA @ Claddagh Pub
3/3   Seabrook, NH @ Chop Shop
3/4   Pawling, NY @ Daryl’s House
3/6   Albany, NY @ Jupiter Hall
3/7   Rochester, NY @ Montage Music Hall
3/8   Niagra Falls, NY @ Evening Star Concert Hall
3/9   Akron, OH @ Musica
3/10 Pontiac, MI @ Crofoot
3/11  Chicago, IL @ Q Bar Darien
3/13  Rensselaer, IN @ eMbers
3/14  Columbus, OH @ Rumba
3/15  Highland, IN @ The Room at Silver Bucket Saloon
3/16  Kansasville, WI @ 1175 Sports Bar + Eatery
Dates with Betty Who:
3/23 Richmond, VA @ The National
3/24 Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
3/25 Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
3/26 Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West
3/27 Raleigh, NC @ Lincoln Theatre
3/29 Orlando, FL @ The Social
3/30 Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
3/31 Tampa, FL @ State Theatre


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