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Amy Whitcomb

I’ve been in love with music since I was three years old when I begged my mom to put me in piano lessons. I hit middle school and simultaneously started developing a passion for popular music, finally writing my first song when I was 14, which I will not be sharing with the world anytime soon.

Writing and singing quickly became the only way I could access my soul and share a part of myself with others. So I stuck with it and now I can’t imagine life without it. I graduated from Brigham Young University in April 2011 with a degree in Commercial Music and have since released two EPs with my rock band, The Whits, opened for Brad Paisley and David Archuleta at Freedom Festival’s Stadium of Fire 2011, have appeared on NBC’s The Sing-Off with my a cappella group Delilah, and have began to establish a modest following on the world wide web. I now reside in Fullerton, California working as a voice teacher while writing away and pursuing my goals as a performer.

I’m a Florida native who loves her family, friends, the beach, scary movies, and goat cheese. I’ve always been drawn to leopard print and rhinestones despite my tomboy tendencies, which stem from having 3 older brothers antagonize me constantly growing up. I had to learn to stand up for myself early on. And then later on, I learned how lucky I am to have older brothers.

Boys are great. And though ex-boyfriends make me cringe, my romantic life is an adventure that continually inspires me to sing, to write, and to create. I feel the most complete when I’m singing…or listening to freaking Eva Cassidy.