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  • Amy Engelhardt - At Home With You

    This show was on Nov 8th, 2015 | 19 people watched
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    • Nov 9
      Hey there! I enjoyed having the video/chat interaction. I loved the piano's tone... and your singing too, of course. While I liked seeing so much of your noble profile, it would have been nice to have the camera angle changed a bit. Alice
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  • Meet Me in the Basement: Amy Engelhardt's First Solo Webshow!

    This show was on May 10th, 2015 | 14 people watched
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AMY ENGELHARDT spent 14 years in a lot of rental cars as the sole female voice in, and a primary writer/arranger for Grammy-nominated, genre-busting vocal "band without instruments" The Bobs, touring everywhere from Lichtenstein to Los Angeles.

Her solo CD, Not Gonna Be Pretty, hailed as the "unlikely and intriguing marriage of Nellie McKay and Meat Loaf," garnered two Just Plain... more

AMY ENGELHARDT spent 14 years in a lot of rental cars as the sole female voice in, and a primary writer/arranger for Grammy-nominated, genre-busting vocal "band without instruments" The Bobs, touring everywhere from Lichtenstein to Los Angeles.

Her solo CD, Not Gonna Be Pretty, hailed as the "unlikely and intriguing marriage of Nellie McKay and Meat Loaf," garnered two Just Plain Folks Award Nominations. She’s shared the stage and/or studio with Don Was, Jane Lynch, Neil Young, Barbra Streisand, Herbie Hancock, Julia Fordham and “Weird” Al Yankovic. She last appeared at the Cutting Room this December in Harry Shearer and Judith Owen's Christmas Without Tears: Does This Tree Make Me Look Fat? with Mario Cantone and Broadway's Jackie Hoffman, singing her version of the plight of Mary Magdelene, which NPR called, "The funniest Christmas song ever written."

Amy's first love was the theater, and her score for BASTARD JONES (workshopped in NYC last fall, off-off-Bway in 2015) was a Top 10 Finalist for the Richard Rodgers Award, the Eugene O’Neill Theater Conference and the Alec Baldwin Fellowship (the strangest trifecta ever). Amy received the Manhattan Association of Cabarets’ Burman Award for Songwriting (MAC) in 2011 and is the creator and Artistic Producer of TUNE IN TIME, New York’s “Olympics of Musical Theatre,” running monthly at the York.

She currently splits her time between Los Angeles and New York, and in lieu of a tip, would like you to give her your frequent flyer miles. She is the only honorary female member of the Vienna Boys Choir.

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