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Amy

 

Amy launched Littlebit Promotions, Inc. in July of 2004 from her small-town home on the outskirts of Houston, Texas while raising her three amazing daughters and advocating a rising Country and Western artist, Matt Steel. During this time, Amy opened closed doors for Matt in multiple ways. Her vast networking produced radio tours consisting of live radio interviews covering over ninety stations, with her alongside, CD review ratings and retail sales, and listings in several music magazines, including Music Connections. She assembled live performances at rodeos and festivals, and with short notice, managed to negotiate Steels debut song, “I Like Her But She Don’t Like Me” to be played during the half-time performance of the Houston Texans Cheerleaders during the Houston Texans game. However hard it must have been to get a non-Texan to play in Texas at a Texans game, she pulled it off. In 2006, Amy built her myspace website and to date her profile views have increased to an astonishing number of almost thirty thousand, compiled only of people within the music industry.

March of 2008 while attending CRS Week Littlebit Promotions, Inc. caught the eyes of many artists, managers, and music companies and had the great honor of meeting many wonderful people in the music industry. That same week, Scott Borchetta, president of Big Machine Records, sat down with Amy and shared inside Littlebit Promotionsinformation and helpful suggestions about the thriving music industry.In April of 2008, Amy relocated her business to Nashville, Tennessee from Texas and eventually moved her company into the historic Buddy Killen Building on Music Row. While at the Buddy Killen Building, Amy shared office space with building-owner Gil Grand who was Artist and Producer of the Year in 2007. Amy was invited to consider offers of partnership with several record labels, including Mike Borchetta, president of Lofton Creek; Bruce Allen, president of America’s New Artist; and Del Miller, president of Shadow Mountain Music and Entertainment Group. After serious consideration, Amy decided to stand alone and continue solo, although she is very thankful and honored for the offers. Amy did accepted an invitation from “Seven” of Whiskey Falls, to join the band in Dallas while on tour with Emerson Drive. With only four hours until show-time, in the parking lot sitting in her vehicle, Amy coordinated nine separate live radio phone interviews in the surrounding area for Whiskey Falls to promote their new arrival and performance.

AmyHowever in April 2008, Amy did invest in Hot Apple Pie, a band owned and operated by Brady Seals. Brady has written several songs for Little Texas, including “God Bless Texas” and “Amy’s Back in Austin." At the same time, Amy continued to aid individual artists with a mixture of services including scheduling label and publishing meetings, writing sessions, television and film exposure, and even made the right connection for an up-and-coming new country artist Megan Linville to seal-the-deal on her first song production with a highly respected Nashville producer. During the summer of 2008, both Brady Seals, formerly with Little Texas and currently with Hot Apple Pie and artist/writer/producer Gil Grand of Grand & Gee Music each offered partnership opportunities in label companies on music row. During this time-period Amy suffered several losses in her family, including the death of her father, who was the first to go heaven on June 10, 2008 as well as six other family members between then and August 2009. The loss of her father was a major contributing factor in her decision to turn down both partnership offers. Even through all of this, Amy spent some time promoting Grand & Gee Music and Jake Mathews online and also provided new client contacts to Grand & Gee. With Littlebit Promotions growing as fast as it was, in Sept 2008, Amy hired Malcolm Mimms of Malcolm L Mimms Jr. Attorney-at-law that benefits from a varied career in the music industry, making him "quite excellent in all related aspects of legal work." He is known for his "uncompromising style that ensures results."

December of 2008 proved to be a great year-end, yet the hardest year of her life. With the music industry taking the biggest dive in history and in her life it somehow showed Amy that a littlebit does go a long way and gave her a reason to smile. Kevin Curl, owner of International Model and Musician Magazine (IMM Magazine), offered Amy a Publicist/Agent position for IMM magazine in late Dec. 2008 and its partnering companies. Since her short involvement with IMM, the magazine has received significant interests within the modeling and music communities and throughout the entertainment industry in general. Its first issue was released January 2009.

In the beginning of 2009 Littlebit Promotions, Inc. relocated it offices from the Buddy Killen Building on Music Row now being occupied by the artists Jason Aldean’s band, artist Colt Ford and song writer Anthony Smith. Amy continues to make quite a stir in the music world. The music industry continues to offer amazing opportunities for her as several exclusive interview companies have invited her company to be interviewed, as well as requesting a personal interviews. M. Philipson says, “Littlebit is known as a business angel. She is more than just a Publicist or Public relation consultant. She is a booking agent; she is everything that a band would need. This is what I’ve been trying to find, that combination for us and just so you all know, Amy is one of a very few who operates like this. From New York to California, Colorado and even Nashville, I know because I’ve been looking for the last 8 months.”

In early 2009, Littlebit began working with songwriter and artist Thom Shepherd, writer of Craig Morgan’s single hit Redneck Yacht Club and Landon Taylor guitarist for the Texas artist Clay Walker, as well as others such as guitarist Travis Newman with artist Craig Morgan; Craig Krolicki drum-tech for Rascal Flatts; artist Chris Vaughn; composer and keyboardist Tatsu and was ask to help with Perry and the Travellers, a European band coming to the U. S. in late 2009. April of 2009 Amy became the publicist for the rising country artist Craig Reynolds, releasing his first single “Rollin in the Hey” which hit the music charts in the TOP 60's and his second single to be released in January 2010 “God Missed Her Most”.

Aug 2009 Amy received a sign, that changed her world. Life somehow showed Amy once again a littlebit does go a long way and gave her a reason to smile with a path to follow!

On Sept 1, 2009 Amy was asked by producer Dennis Money with Sweetsong Nashville to be the publicist for the legendary artist Moe Bandy. Over his lifetime Moe has won a CMA Award, an American Video Award , 4 ACM Awards, 5 Gold Albums, 40 Top Ten hits with 10 of them hitting Number 1 on the charts, been inducted into the prestigious Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and was a six time NFR bull riding qualifier. The opportunity to work with such a professional has been a true honor and a dream come true for Amy!

On Amy’s birthday in September of 2009 Relix Magazine’s, the issue "50 Greatest Moments in Live Music" goes to print! November 2009 the issue with Littlebit Promotions latest ad appearing on one of the first 10 pages. Amy is truly honored and excited about Littlebit Promotions being in this magazine and even more excited to be in this ISSUE! As Evan Mann (Relix Media Group- Advertising & Marketing Manager in New York, NY) says and wrote to Amy: “Littlebit”stresses the importance of smiling!
“SUCCESS!!!!! So happy you are in this amazing issue for Nov 2009 with Relix. "50 Greatest Moments in Live Music"! This issue is going to be seen by over 300,000 people across the country! You have been nothing but a pleasure to work with! I never had a client stress the importance of smiling before….But I get it…and I understand it….and I’m happy because of it. So thank you for that! It’s a message I will now carry with me throughout good times and bad! Living my day’s one smile at a time! It’s brilliant! ….mean it! You taught me more about smiling then my sociology major!!!! It’s not what you know, but who know!! It has been my pleasure and I meant every word I said! Let me be the first person you notify when you head east! I have read your bio and it’s rather inspiring. I was sociology major but ended up in the music industry somehow. My bio is nowhere near as impressive as yours! Thank you Amy, I enjoyed it immensely. Smiling bigger than ever!” Littlebit’s reply: “Are you ready? I’m on my way! Houston, we have a problem! Look out BIG APPLE!” So far September has been a birthday wish come true for Littlebit Promotions Inc.

January 2010 is sure to be a HUGE hit for the single "God Missed Her Most", Littlebit Promotions is releasing for the artist Craig Reynolds. This single has already touched so many people and brought great smiles to many faces.

Amy will continue to build Littlebit Promotions in every aspect both in Nashville and in Texas. After all, what else would one expect from a Texan? “I truly hope you’re smiling. I wish nothing more for you- Something so unexplainable, untouchable and more rewarding than anything under the sun.... This I "Pinky Promise" you. You'll miss it when it’s gone. A smile can come and go, as we share with friends and the impact is undeniable, this I have learned and everyone shDon't Mess With Texasould share but Remember, A Littlebit goes along way and an Angel is always there! Hope I can share one with you, Says Amy” **Smile** Amy’s experience has helped both artists and song-writers achieve radio recognition. She scheduled interviews, both live and by phone, arranged magazine articles and advertisements, assembled sponsorships, tours, performances, writing sessions, label meetings, and has helped to connect artists with television interviews, films, NFL half-time performances, and more!

 

 

Amy

 

"Here are just a few songs Amy enjoys listening to!
Hope you enjoy them as well."

 

Everything Is Different Now
Smile


 

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“Littlebit ”stresses the importance of smiling!

“SUCCESS!!!!! So happy you are in this amazing issue for Nov 2009 with Relix.

"50 Greatest Moments in Live Music"!


This issue is going to be seen by over 300,000 people across the country!
You have been nothing but a pleasure to work with!

I never had a client stress the importance of smiling before….But I get it…and I understand it….and I’m happy because of it. So thank you for that! It’s a message I will now carry with me throughout good times and bad! Living my day’s one smile at a time! It’s brilliant! ….mean it! You taught me more about smiling then my sociology major!!!! It’s not what you know, but who know!!

It has been my pleasure and I meant every word I said! Let me be the first person you notify when you head east! I will be ready. I have read your bio and it’s rather inspiring. I was sociology major but ended up in the music industry somehow. My bio is nowhere near as impressive as yours!

Thank you Amy, I enjoyed it immensely.
Smiling bigger than ever!”

~Evan Mann

Relix Media Group
Advertising & Marketing Manager


Relix
New York, NY

 

 

 

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