Miss Amy on GRAMMY-Winning Children's Album
Congratulations from multiple GRAMMY nominee Miss Amy, who is part of the team that appears on the GRAMMY-winning Children's Album, ALL ABOUT BULLIES... BIG AND SMALL.
Miss Amy is a multi-nominated Grammy winning featured artist today. Her FITNESS ROCK & ROLL CD was nominated for Best Children's Album in the 54th Grammy awards, while she is also a contributing featured artist on the Grammy winning ALL ABOUT BULLIES... BIG AND SMALL CD. Miss Amy was a featured artist on HEALTHY FOOD FOR THOUGHT: GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT that was nominated in the 53rd GRAMMY awards last year in the category of Best Spoken Word Album for Children.
Produced by Philadelphia's Steve Pullara, James Cravero, Pat Robinson, Kevin Mackie, and Gloria Domina, ALL ABOUT BULLIES BIG AND SMALL features spoken word and music from a number of notable artists including: Little Steven, Eric Bazillian (of the Hooters), and May Pang. Everyone who contributed to the album is a volunteer. All profits from the proceeds of the album will be donated to Pacer Center's Kids Against Bullying (www.PACERKidsAgainstBullying.org).
Miss Amy recorded a 'rappish-musical' arrangement by her producer, Alex Otey, of a poem written by Eric Ode called "Keep Your Chin Up" on ALL ABOUT BULLIES. As she commented, "Being on two Grammy nominated projects this year is a thrill, but the fact that one of them won the Grammy is just fabulous! ALL ABOUT BULLIES is dedicated to raising awareness about bullying and helping kids cope with this important issue. It's all part of building a better world and fits directly with my mission of improving the lives of children!"
In addition to coming to Los Angeles to walk the red carpet this year, Miss Amy & Her Big Kids Band came to bring her message of fitness to motivate kids to discover their athletic identities. Miss Amy's band performed at the L.A. Air Force Base the day before GRAMMY day. They, then, walked the carpet and attended the GRAMMY Awards at the Staples Center with her peers and other music professionals.
Miss Amy & Her Big Kids Band will perform at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC for Family Day on March 3rd. More events and music at www.MissAmyKids.com.
This video tells the story of how Miss Amy became Miss Amy. It's about how she created the mother-child bond with her own son, who was born premature.
Posted by Anne Leighton at 11:45 PM