Amy Shark

Born: 14 / 5 / 1986

Location: Australia

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Amy Shark

Amy Louise Billings (born 14 May 1986), known professionally as Amy Shark, is an Australian indie pop singer-songwriter-guitarist and producer from the Gold Coast, Queensland. During 2008 to 2012, her early solo material was released and performed under the name Amy Cushway. Her 2016 single "Adore" peaked at number 3 on the ARIA Singles Chart and was also listed at number 2 on the Triple J Hottest 100, 2016. Her album Love Monster (July 2018) debuted at number 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart. Shark has won 8 ARIA Music Awards from 29 nominations, including winning Best Pop Release three times: in 2017 for her extended play, Night Thinker, 2018 for Love Monster and 2020 for "Everybody Rise".

Albums

2018 Love Monster
2021 Cry Forever

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News / Music
Amy Shark Announces 2024 Australia & New Zealand Tour

Amy Shark Announces 2024 Australia & New Zealand Tour

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Amy Shark Quits Gold Coast For Sydney

Amy Shark Quits Gold Coast For Sydney

News / Music
Amy Shark On The Social Media Grind: ‘Don’t Be A Musician!'

Amy Shark On The Social Media Grind: ‘Don’t Be A Musician!'

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Amy Shark Announces Third Studio Album 'Sunday Sadness'

Amy Shark Announces Third Studio Album 'Sunday Sadness'

News / Music
Jet, Amy Shark & Empire Of The Sun Lead Australian F1 Grand Prix Music Line-up

Jet, Amy Shark & Empire Of The Sun Lead Australian F1 Grand Prix Music Line-up

Industry / News
G Flip, Genesis Owusu, RVG & More Shortlisted For 2024 APRA Song Of The Year

G Flip, Genesis Owusu, RVG & More Shortlisted For 2024 APRA Song Of The Year

News / Music
How Amy Shark Nearly Joined New Found Glory

How Amy Shark Nearly Joined New Found Glory

Features / Interviews
Amy Shark: 'How Did I Get Here? How Am I Next To Marcia Hines On Australian Idol?'

Amy Shark: 'How Did I Get Here? How Am I Next To Marcia Hines On Australian Idol?'

News / Music
Amy Shark Teases 'Favourite Song' She's Ever Written

Amy Shark Teases 'Favourite Song' She's Ever Written

Reviews / Live
Live Review: Fifty Years Of Making Noise - Mushroom 50 @ Rod Laver Arena

Live Review: Fifty Years Of Making Noise - Mushroom 50 @ Rod Laver Arena