Since winning North-West’s Search for A Star at only 13, Amy Jo has become no stranger to the music industry; regularly supporting big names such as Scouting for Girls, Rick Astley, Heaven 17, Alexander O’Neal and Toploader. She also performed alongside artists such as Pixie Lott, Little Mix and The Vamps for two consecutive years at Blackpool Illuminations and has recently finished touring with chart-topping band ‘The Christians’.
Amy Jo began writing songs at 13 and has since had her tracks played on BBC Introducing, BBC Radio Lancashire and BBC Radio Manchester. She also recently featured on the Women in Music segment on Indie Rocks Radio.
Keen to release her original music, Amy Jo released her first self-penned EP ‘Innocence’ at only 15 and her second EP ‘Integrity’ at only 17. She has since been releasing new tracks which she has not only written; but helped to produce and her headline show sold over 250 tickets in her hometown of Lancaster.
“Thursday night of the annual Lancaster Music Festival saw eighteen-year-old singer–songwriter; Amy-Jo Clough amaze a packed audience at the Penny Bank with her country-pop sound reminiscent of a young Taylor Swift. Yet, there was a twist. With her soulful, bluesy covers of Mercy by Duffy and Paolo Nutini’s Last Request as well as inclusion of her own catchy songs, she really showcased her range of talent even mastering the rap in Blackstreet’s No Diggity”, Scan Newspaper – 2015
“Amy Jo Clough is a 22-year-old singer/songwriter from Lancaster. Inspired by pop, country and RnB; her entirely self-penned, catchy songs are truly unique, relatable and enjoyable for all ages. Growing up around music, you can expect to find Amy Jo with her guitar or piano writing about the world around her; from love and heartbreak to world issues, equality and social media”.
“Amy Jo is a bubbly and thoughtful character who loves to connect with audience members as well as fans of her music online. She knows how to work a crowd with honest, original music and unique renditions of popular covers that will have the audience up on their feet”.