Amy Sky (born on 24 September 1960 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, record producer,theatre actress,and t.v. host . Amy started classical music lessons at the age of five , and plays piano, guitar, cello and recorder. She has a degree from the University of Toronto in music theory and composition.In 1983, Amy was signed as a staff song writer to MCA Music Nashville, and then subsequently to Warner-Chappell Music in Los Angeles, EMI Music Los Angeles, and Warner-Chappell Music Germany.As a writer she has penned tunes for many artists including Diana Ross, Anne Murray,Olivia Newton-John, Reba Mcentire, Belinda Carlisle, Aaron Neville, Heart, Cyndi Lauper, Roch Voisine and Sheena Easton.
In 2006 She was honored for her work as a spokesperson in this area, with the CAMH Courage to Come Back award.She continues to advocate for “ mental hygiene”, and in 2008 has been featured on the covers of two magazines CANADIAN HEALTH AND LIFESTYLE and the debut issue of ANCHOR, speaking about this topic.
Sky has hosted three seasons of Parenting shows on Rogers T.V.- currently Enfagrow- The Toddler Years with Amy Sky.
Sky has lent her support to many charitable causes,including the Parkinson's Foundation,Princess Margaret Hospital,National Ovarian Cancer Association The Hospital for Sick Children, Easter Seals, Variety,MADD, Mood Disorders of Ontario, United Way, Wellspring, Gilda's Club,Casey House,Covenant House, Ontario Child Abuse Prevention and Zareinu.
Her husband is musician Marc Jordanand they have two children together. . She currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.