Amy Stroup has signed with WME. The Nashville-based singer/songwriter and member of Sugar & The Hi-Lows will be releasing her forthcoming solo album Helen of Memphis on Aug. 10, featuring collaborations with the members of SUPERCOOKIES (Kendrick Lamar, DRAM), One Republic’s Tim Meyers, and Danger Twins partner Andrew Simple.
Stroup’s music has been featured in more than 450 TV shows, films and international ad campaigns. She is currently on the road and has upcoming dates with Kenny Loggins, Rodrigo y Garbiela, and Noah Guthrie. Additional fall dates will be announced in the coming weeks.
Stroup is also the co-founder of Milkglass Creative, the Nashville-based design firm responsible for the art behind Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town’s latest releases.
“I’m so excited to be a part of the amazing team at WME,” said Stroup. “They are a team that is constantly innovating the live music experience world wide and get that Nashville music isn’t just country… it’s pop, rock, indie, and beyond. I couldn’t be more excited to partner to promote my new record on the road with them.”
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