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Amy Miles is a Brooklyn based composer and performer.
As a solo artist, Amy has released four albums of original material.
In 2002 Amy released her first full length record "Dirty Stay-Out". Her Track "Kill to Know" was celebrated with a roller skating video directed by David Wain and featuring a who's who of comedic performers.
In 2005 she produced her sophomore record "Noble Hatch", of which she performed the song "Heavy Packer" on the Jimmy Kimmel Show.
Around this time Amy started to contribute music to film and television landing an Absolute Vodka campaign and her songs "Put", and "On" were featured in the 2004 film "The Baxter".
Amy created the hit underground show "Soundtracks Live" which showcased music from 80's movies at the UCB Theater in NYC. The show was made into a pilot for VH1 featuring virtually every awesome comedian including, Amy Poehler, Tina, Fey, Will Arnett, Paul Rudd, Jack McBrayer, Fred Armisen, David Wain, Michael Showalter, Michael Ian Black and Maya Rudolph.
In 2006 Amy starred as "Amy" in PBS Kid's "Lomax the Hound of Music". This experience gave her an exciting invitation to children's music and education.
Amy, along with long time friends Amy Poehler and Meredith Walker then created "Smart Girls at the Party", which has since had many evolutions. It produced several shows to empower and celebrate young women. Of which Meow Meow Music, a cat themed music show that Amy produced and hosted.
Around 2008, Amy started contributing original songs to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. She would continue to be a "go to" source for all things musical. This work led her to arranging the music for the opening number on the 2011 Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Fallon.
In 2010 Amy released "King of Girls", produced by long time collaborator, Craig Wedren of Shudder to Think.
Amy's tv/web work includes theme work for the animated show "Mighty B", and the Adult Swim hit "Children's Hospital, the original score for "The Awesomes" parody of "Les Mis", and she has lent her vocals to several projects including "Inside Amy Schumer", the "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" theme song, and the Netflix original series "Wet Hot American Summer".
Amy has been seen and associated with The Citizen's Band, along with Karen Elson and Rain Phoenix, BABY, an electro pop band with Craig Wedren, as well as her work with They Might Be Giants.
Recently Amy has released her fourth studio album "Ready Let's Go!", a family friendly pop gem.
She lives in Brooklyn with her Husband Mike, and 2 sons Murray and Kirby.