Amy Hart

Chicago born and bred Amy Hart began playing blues festivals in her teens.  Her first solo release "Sad Love Song" Out sold the Rolling Stones Emotional Rescue at number one in Chicago in the summer of 1980. She migrated to Los Angeles and worked with Chicago Kid Producer John Ryan, (Doobie Bros, Santana) and landed a spot in the cult movie, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"with the song " Too Cruel".   She has travelled the globe internationally performing her music, including headlining at The Himalayan Blues Fest in Katmandu Nepal. A seasoned performer, Amy now has her own label, Painted Rock Records and continues to write, produce her own stamp on the Chicago Style Electric Blues music she grew up with. Her latest release, Congratulations is still in rotation around the world on blues radio, available on all major internet music sites and at  She is currently finishing up her third release, due to market in June.

“I just love when we get a disc from an artist we are not familiar with and they simply blow you away. Such is the case with the latest disc from Amy Hart titled Congratulations. This girl can flat out sing a song.... Go to to find out more.”
— Bob Silvestri, National CD Reviews

Hear Amy's Music Here.