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Amy Stroup Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Lynne
March 14th 2014
ahhmazing!! life -changing!! Have seen her show in a smaller venue before . The theater was much larger but the entire show she and her incredible band created an intimacy surrounding each song
Washington, DC@
Sugar & The Hi Lows Tour

About Amy Stroup

For a decade now, Stroup has been crafting the kind of songs that transport listeners in just such a way, rich with emotional honesty and vivid storytelling. Her music has been featured in dozens of television shows, including This Is Us, Grey’s Anatomy, Parenthood, and The Walking Dead, as well major national ad campaigns for brands like Calvin Klein and Lexus. In addition to her critically acclaimed body of solo work, Stroup is also prolific collaborator, teaming up with Andrew Simple to record as Danger Twins (you’ve likely heard their songs in spots for Google, Universal Studios, and New Balance among others) and partnering with Trent Dabbs for Sugar & The Hi-Lows, a playfully retro duo that Rolling Stone said “built a bridge between the rootsy stomp of early Sun Records tunes and the harmonized swoon of old Brill Building pop songs.” The praise was universal and effusive for the Sugar & The Hi-Lows’ two LPs, with USA Today raving that “the only thing better than the bluesy, garage-rock guitars is Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup's vocal chemistry,” and Marie Claire swooning for “Stroup’s salted-caramel voice.” With a live show to match their albums’ undeniable charm, the pair earned dates with the likes of Chris Stapleton, Kings of Leon, Kacey Musgraves, and Ingrid Michaelson, as well as festival appearances from Austin City Limits to Cayamo.



When it came time to record ‘Helen Of Memphis,’ her third full-length solo album and first since 2015’s ‘Tunnel,’ Stroup decided to leave Nashville and force herself to step beyond the boundaries of her comfort zone.
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Genres:
Alternative, Indie Folk, Indie Pop, Pop
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Amy Stroup to play in your city
Request a Show

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Lynne
March 14th 2014
ahhmazing!! life -changing!! Have seen her show in a smaller venue before . The theater was much larger but the entire show she and her incredible band created an intimacy surrounding each song
Washington, DC@
Sugar & The Hi Lows Tour

About Amy Stroup

For a decade now, Stroup has been crafting the kind of songs that transport listeners in just such a way, rich with emotional honesty and vivid storytelling. Her music has been featured in dozens of television shows, including This Is Us, Grey’s Anatomy, Parenthood, and The Walking Dead, as well major national ad campaigns for brands like Calvin Klein and Lexus. In addition to her critically acclaimed body of solo work, Stroup is also prolific collaborator, teaming up with Andrew Simple to record as Danger Twins (you’ve likely heard their songs in spots for Google, Universal Studios, and New Balance among others) and partnering with Trent Dabbs for Sugar & The Hi-Lows, a playfully retro duo that Rolling Stone said “built a bridge between the rootsy stomp of early Sun Records tunes and the harmonized swoon of old Brill Building pop songs.” The praise was universal and effusive for the Sugar & The Hi-Lows’ two LPs, with USA Today raving that “the only thing better than the bluesy, garage-rock guitars is Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup's vocal chemistry,” and Marie Claire swooning for “Stroup’s salted-caramel voice.” With a live show to match their albums’ undeniable charm, the pair earned dates with the likes of Chris Stapleton, Kings of Leon, Kacey Musgraves, and Ingrid Michaelson, as well as festival appearances from Austin City Limits to Cayamo.



When it came time to record ‘Helen Of Memphis,’ her third full-length solo album and first since 2015’s ‘Tunnel,’ Stroup decided to leave Nashville and force herself to step beyond the boundaries of her comfort zone.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie Folk, Indie Pop, Pop
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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