Show Up Naked and Bring Beer
A Note from Amy Rose. . .
WITHOUT FURTHER DELAY!!!!!
Tune into Country 107.3 FM (Tilsonburg, Ontario) THIS COMING Monday morning @ 8:35am ET to hear the radio debut of my new single "Show Up Naked And Bring Beer" (I'll also be on the line with the incredible Mr. Craig Fox talking about the new single...)
On With the Show
Okay, y'all. I have this Redneck Diva friend with an attitude. She can belt out a song with more sass than anyone else I've ever met. Or she can melt your heart with a tearful ballad. But she's also the world's biggest tease. I swear. She has to be. I mean, who taunts their fans for weeks about a new upcoming single with a title like "Show Up Naked and Bring Beer"?
Yep. That's right. Amy Rose does. She teased me for about as long, promising an advanced listen to the song. In exchange for a good review, of course. But now how could I promise such a thing when she's encouraging nakedness and drinking? (Gasp) Her quick-witted self just reminded me that I gave "Country Crazy" a good review and it more or less promotes drinking. I told her that was my mistake, but then she reminded me that things happen when you Party Like a Redneck (also the title of a single of hers). Did I mention she threatened to blackmail me? You should never trust your secrets to these country rebel types.
About the Song
All kidding aside, Amy truly is an awesome person and she has some equally awesome talent. She showcases that talent well with "Show Up Naked and Bring Beer" as she tells women what the game is really all about. I guess we've been doing it wrong all these years! Who knew? The many games women play in an effort to impress a man and all you really gotta do is show up naked with some beer in hand.
"Show Up Naked and Bring Beer" was penned by Arlos Smith, Lorna Flowers, and Karen Keeley. From what I'm told, Lorna Flowers was a well-liked songwriter in Nashville, but she suffered from cancer and passed away without having a song of hers cut. Amy Rose is the first artist to record and release a song written by Lorna Flowers. And, thanks to Amy Rose, soon after its premiere, it will be heard on the radio in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
About Amy Rose
As Amy's website proclaims - a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but would they sound as sweet as this Rose? The odds of that are not high, that's for sure, because this Rose has a voice that is hard to miss. Plus, she's been singing since she was a child, releasing her first album at the age of 13. She has had plenty of practice and time to perfect a sound all her own.
Amy Rose released a second album in 2001, but then she took some time off from her musical career to spend time with her husband and to raise a family. Together, she and her husband are raising three precious girls. She has enjoyed watching them grow and is still a proud, doting mother, but she is focusing on her musical career once more.
Since returning to the recording studio, Amy Rose has had phenomenal success and can only be destined for even more greatness. In 2013 she received a Rising Star nomination for the Ontario Country Music Awards, three nominations for the 2013 Independent Country Music Association awards, and four nominations for the 2013 International Music and Entertainment Awards. She also won an award for Entertainer of the Year at the 2013 International Music and Entertainment Awards. Additionally, the video for "Party Like a Redneck" won the 2014 Nashville Universe award for music video of the year.
It will not be long before "Show Up Naked and Bring Beer" is climbing the charts. A video will also soon be in the works. Judging by the success of her previous singles and videos, this one should do equally well. Watch for this fantastic singer's career to continue to soar.
P. S. - While you are busy waiting to hear the premiere of her new single, please take time to listen to Amy Rose's previous singles. The music videos are as much entertainment as the songs themselves. The first two videos, "I Just Want You to Know" and "Waiting on Sunshine" express Amy's softer side, while "Country Crazy" and "Redneck Reunion" show her fun-loving side.