“Music is in my blood. I’m inspired to write more and more about my gratitude for nature which is fine tuning my own sound. I love collaborating so do reach out”

Click on the links below to hear some of Amy’s music. Listen to more music written and performed by Amy via Linktree here and on Youtube here.

Music recorded by Morgan Nicholls and videos produced by Will Nicholls

Transatlantic lockdown Track. Recorded by Ben Travis @ Two Cats Records Nashville

Music is in Amy’s routes…

Amy is a singer-songwriter originally from west London, now living in Devon. Amy grew up immersed in a family rich with musicians and artists, writing and recording her first song at age 7!

A natural songsmith and excellent pianist who combines influences from the rock, blues, jazz and soul she grew up surrounded by, interplayed with folk melodies and electronic backings depending on collaborators.

Amy has worked as a session singer for her father Billy Nicholls and Pete Townshend since she was a child. As an adult she’s worked regularly with producers Cass Browne (Senseless Things, Delakota, Gorillaz, Penguin Café, Deadcuts), Matt Whitehead (dance/electronica producer) and her brother Morgan (Senseless Things, Muse, Delakota, Streets).

Amy released two albums with the band “Ladybear”, while she was front woman and lead song writer for almost a decade. She featured on her brother Morgan Nicholls’ album ‘Organised’ and co-wrote the single ‘Sitting in the Sun’. Amy sang lead for M-Organ at the Brixton Academy, supporting Embrace.

Amy cites her influences as broad and evolving but the stalwarts remain The Who, The Small Faces, The Senseless Things. Sam Brown, Blondie, Turin Brakes, Ween, Eurythmics, Pixies, Kate Bush and Steely Dan.

Hear Amy’s vocals on these two tracks, produced by M-Organ


More Than Singing

Our global elders knew that singing was integral to being human. Scientific studies are now supporting this, finding evidence of the positive impact singing has on health and wellbeing.

My personal journey through a tough time, highlighted to me how vital I found singing to my own emotional and physical health. To bring this simple practice to others, has felt like a very natural progression.

I create space for people to come together and sing, without the need for performance or progress. In the sessions we use breathing techniques already common in other wellbeing areas. I pick uplifting songs that are accessible in range and easy to learn. Above all I hope people leave the sessions feeling like they have enjoyed using their voices”

These sessions are usually one-to-one and take place at my home in East Devon or within a short drive.




What Amy’s students are saying

Amy is a perfect teacher! Incredibly knowledgeable and technically minded but also patient and fun. After only a couple of lessons, I already felt more confident, with better technique and able to sing more consistently for longer.”


“Amy is one of those rare people with a gift – not just in her own musical talents – but also to teach. Her enthusiasm and love for what she does is totally contagious and from the very first moment my nine year old daughter walked in to meet Amy (feeling naturally nervous at what to expect ), she was hooked. Amy’s teaching style is effervescent, I have watched my daughter just bubble as Amy shares with her and demonstrates a confidence that only the best teachers can bring out in a child.”


“Amy’s enthusiasm and style of teaching is infectious. Her methods are kind to your vocal cords, your sanity and got results faster than any other vocal coach I have had in the past. My weekly online Skype session with her is the highlight of my week!”


Amy has worked as a session singer since she finished her degree in music, working with producers including Cass Browne (Senseless Things, Delakota, Gorillaz, Penguin Café, Deadcuts) and Matt Whitehead (Dance/electronica producer).

Prior to this, she released two albums with the band “Ladybear”, as front woman and lead song writer.

She featured on her brother Morgan Nicholls’ album ‘Organised’, and co-wrote the single ‘Sitting in the Sun’.

Amy sang lead for M-Organ at the Brixton Academy whilst supporting Embrace.

Amy also has a Christmas Charity song/video called Festive Kind of Mood’