Annie & Amy are 5th generation Wyoming Natives. Graduates of Stanford University. Studied and lived overseas in Vienna, Austria.
In 2001, Annie & Amy signed a recording/songwriting contract with Warner Bros. Records while living in Nashville. Established their publishing Co. AAI Music Entertainment and toured all over the world headlining on USO Tours and Cruise Ships. They performed for five U.S. Presidents, including Ronald Reagan. Other dignitaries including The Former Ambassador to the Vatican, and The Ambassador to Vienna, Austria. They also performed for celebrities ie, Clint Eastwood, Robert Redford, jimmy Stewart, and Bob Hope. Shared the Stage with Trisha Yearwood, Faith Hill, Charlie Daniels, Ricky Skaggs, Kenny Rogers and Broadway greats John Raitt and Florence Henderson.
While living in Los Angeles, Annie and Amy were featured on National Television Commercials ie: McDonalds, Heineken and Microsoft. They also Appeared on Good Morning America, 60 Minutes II, and PBS.
As Songwriters , Amy & Annie penned over 700 songs writing with hit songwriters for Reba McEntire and Garth Brooks. Also wrote songs for Causes such as Women's Breast Cancer and Children's Diabetes.
The song "Wyoming Where I Belong" holds a deep meaning for Amy & Annie as
it helped them rediscover their home Wyoming and their family heritage. Wyoming is a special place with special people. The song is a gift to Wyoming and proceeds procured by the State belongs to Wyoming.
Written by Kelly Douglas
The Story of Wyoming Where I Belong and the song's 18 year journey. Read how Annie & Amy were discovered on a Television show. These Wyoming Natives and Stanford graduates are the songwriters of Wyoming's State Song Wyoming Where I Belong. Read about their unconventional journey of the music business and still keeping on keeping on..