Amy began her illustrious music career singing around campfires, block parties and in a church choir. amy reluctantly shared the lime light with her brothers joey and jimmy. the three of them would try to out sing each other Sunday after Sunday. their harmonies soared higher and higher until only dogs and god could hear them.
Knowing that a career in music is no guarantee amy decided to practice other useful trades. little did she know that there was almost no demand for mediocre cartoonists who can ride a unicycle. when the bubble finally burst amy attended the post secondary school of karaoke hosting and soon was making headlines all over south west Calgary.
Before being blessed with children amy collaborated with Moby, opened for April Wine, Farmer’s Daughter and Chris Cummings, and her intuitive musical prowess had become the stuff of local legend.
Amy has an instinctive ability to craft stories into song and deliver them with the sincerity and passion of a best friend – qualities that make amy an undeniable Canadian talent.
Amy was born a singer, and grew into a songwriter through a lifetime of experience. she puts it all together in engaging performances that show off her range and power. an evening with amy bishop delivers rollicking “ain’t life grand” road songs, soulful versions of love-gone-wrong ballads, and folk-based acoustic numbers that allow her naked vocal beauty to shine through.