Amy Nelson
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Amy Nelson

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | AFM

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada | AFM
Established on Jan, 2010
Band Country Pop




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Amy is currently recording her 3rd CD with co-writer and producer Dan Swinimer of Manicdown Music Inc. Previous releases include:

- “Coming Back for More” CD released in June, 2014

- “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” a collaboration with Jared Robinson, released as a YouTube single  (in supportive of Creative Kids Saskatchewan) in November, 2014

- “All I Want For Christmas Is You” single released to radio in November, 2012

- Debut CD (self-titled) released in April, 2009

*All of Amy's music is available for digital download online. 



2017 will be a year to remember for Amy Nelson, who had her first Top 10 on Country Radio, with her debut single “ish” which was released to country stations across Australia. She heads back to the land down under in January 2018 to perform at the Tamworth Country Music Festival, which is her second performance at the largest music festival in Australia and her fifth visit to Australia in the last 14 months. Amy has teamed up with Social Family Records (Universal Australia) for world-wide distribution of her new EP, which includes her recently released, second single, “Hey Love”. Back home, Amy was the 2016 Canadian Country Music Association’s Spotlight Performance contest winner. She has performed hundreds of shows across Canada at events such as the Calgary Stampede and Country Thunder and opened for artists such as Terri Clark and George Canyon. CBC Saskatchewan recently named Amy as one of the provinces “Future 40 Under 40” 2017 award winners.

In 2017, Amy Nelson broke into the Australian market:

-   signing with Social Family Records (Universal Australia)

-   achieving her first Top 10 on Country Radio with her debut single

-   performing at 2 of the 4 top country music festivals in Australia

-   showcasing at Australian Music Week (2016 and 2017)

-   debut music video added to regular rotation on CMC (Aussie version of CMT)

-   completing three Australian tours and one radio tour

-   organizing the first country music showcase to take place during Australian Music Week


In North America, her career continued to move forward:

-   co-hosting 2017 Western Canadian Music Awards

-   showcasing at 2017 Break Out West Festival

-   two Nashville songwriting trips

-   repeat performance at the Calgary Stampede

-   appearances at Nashville North and the SaskTel Jazz Festival with the Chris Buck Band


Coming up next:

-   January 2018 Australian tour with The Dungarees

-   release of third EP (spring 2018) for which she has temporarily opted out of the Canada portion of her world-wide agreement with Social Family Records to provide options going forward in the Canadian market

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