Amy Corey was born in DaNang Vietnam, and was adopted at 6 months old. She grew up in Ashland Oregon where she started taking vocal technique lessons at the age of 8. She was taught by Ken Orsow who was a student to Seth Riggs, who invented the legendary “Speech Level Singing” technique practiced by Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Bonnie Raitt, and many more. Amy perfected the technique for the next decade till she moved to continue pursuing her music career in Nashville TN, only 3 months after graduating from High School.
Fast forward three years later and Amy is signed to a management deal with Artist Services Nashville, co-owned by Grammy- Nominated producer Kent Wells, who she was signed to for artist development for two years. Amy has toured and has played all over Nashville and the states with acts like Dolly Parton and Johnny Cash’s grandson Thomas Gabriel Cash, and has performed alongside and have been highly recognized in the Nashville songwriting industry by hit songwriters who have written for Blake Shelton, Kenny Chesney, James Arthur, Brad Paisley, Tim McGraw, Craig Campbell, George Strait, and many more..
Amy has been featured in many media reviews and magazines including Southern Oregon Magazine, Ashland Daily tidings and have performed on Today in Nashville, Balcony TV Nashville.
Amy has a way to turn every story and hard time she has been through into songs, but she has also talked publicly about mental health, and adoption, two of the many things she has had to go through and hopes to inspire through her songs and public speaking..
“I’m very honest with everything I have been through, self-harm, addiction, eating disorders, depression, loss, adoption, you name it i've been through it.. And so I want to be there for everyone who has been through that and give them that hope, that it is possible to get through it, and that you can always turn a negative situation into something positive.. I have the privilege to be able to put my life and stories into my music and share it and that’s by far the biggest honor I can ever have in this industry and in life…”