The Late Great Robert K. Oermann describes Amy Ames' song, No Beer Here, so well, "It's nice to know that country hasn't forgotten its sense of humor And, trust me, you have GOT to listen... It is a complete hoot." Robert K. Oermann, Music Row Magazine.
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5 Songs on the Nashville Hotdisc Top 40 Charts with Stuart Cameron
1. Love Handles
2. No Beer Here
3. My Friend
4. I Love Beer Bellies
5. Do Drop In
Amy Ames Biography
Texas singer/songwriter Amy Ames feels right at home in Los Angeles, California. The sunny West Coast has allowed her to pursue her passion of music of singing and video taping at the famous Cowboy Palace Saloon with Grammy Nominated Chad Watson and the Chad Watson Band. Most recently, she has spent much of her time recording music for her 5th CD, "Do Drop In."
Ames was born and raised in Duluth, Minnesota and graduated from Duluth East High School. She went on to college to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Minnesota, where she graduated **** laude. After graduating, she moved to Texas to live with her grandmother. Amy’s granny loved to sing at the local bars in the Rio Grande Valley and would take Amy along. It wasn’t long before a neighbor called Amy’s father and reported her for staying out till the cows came home with her grandma. Upon being shocked, her father insisted she move back to Minnesota! But it was too late. Amy was in love with a Texas man by the Rio Grande. They married and had a daughter and 2 sons.
Initially, Ames and her daughter, Jackie Martinez, started writing zany commercials together, which were later formed into songs. After writing songs and recording, Ames titled her first upbeat effort, You Bug Me, Honey!, which has earned her the crown of “Country Music’s Funniest Woman.” Her second project reflects on her own personal journey, All God's Children Living with Autism, which shares the joys and challenges of raising a child with autism. Her autistic son, Sam, started composing classical music at the age of 10 and is now finishing up his own classical music CD. Ames’ third CD, self titled Amy Ames, got the attention of Nashville by quickly moving to the No.1 position on the Global Americana Charts www.AirplayDirect.com last July.
In her previous self-titled 3rd album, Amy Ames had great success with a No. 11 spot on the Nashville Hotdisc Top 40 with her popular line dance song "Bedroom Blues". Also, Amy's comical song, "Holy Balls" had the No. 1 spot on Country & Western Music Radio Show (CMA Member) Radio Beiaard 106.3 FM. Presented by Al Van Dam on Nov. 26, 2011. Shortly after, Ames charted again at No. 36 on Nashville Hotdisc Top 40 with her song, 3 Boyfriends.