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Amy Wadge


Biography

Amy Wadge, originally from Bristol and now based in South Wales, is an established singer/songwriter on the acoustic scene.  She won ‘Best Female Artist’ at the Welsh Music Awards two years running beating Charlotte Church and Cerys Matthews.  Amy has released 4 studio albums to critical acclaim and has toured extensively through out the UK, Europe, South East Asia, America and Australia.  Amy has opened for Van Morrison, Lenny Kravitz,  The Stereophonics, Eric Bibb and toured with Jeff Beck on his first tour in 15 years which included two nights at the Albert Hall.  Prior to writing songs for Ed Sheeran, Amy has been an established writer for other artists and has worked with Marti Pellow, Amy Nuttel, Chris Difford, Jade Gallagher, Lucinda Belle, Henry Priestman (The Christians) and Pete Riley. In 2009, Amy’s life changed, we introduced her to a very young Ed Sheeran — they wrote the EP, ‘Songs I Wrote With Amy’ [Atlantic Records] and the track ‘GoldRush’ which features on Ed’s 6 x platinum Deluxe Edition album +. After his major Worldwide success, Amy continues to work with Ed and is now enjoying his forthcoming successes of 2 songs which they wrote together, ‘Thinking Out Loud’ and ‘Even Dad Does Sometimes’ which feature on Ed’s No.1 album, X [Asylum — Atlantic Records].  Other recent collaborations; Ryan Ashley [PMR Records], Shannon Saunders [Caroline Records], Lewis Watson [Warner records], Martin Garrix [Virgin-EMI records] and Gabrielle Aplin [Parlophone].