14 Facts About Amy Wadge


Amy Wadge has co-written tracks with Ed Sheeran, including "Thinking Out Loud" for which she won the 2016 Grammy Award for Song of the Year.


Amy Wadge began to write her own songs at the age of 9 on the family piano.


Amy Wadge released her first single at the age of 16.


Apart from writing songs for herself, Amy Wadge has been active in collaborating with new performers in Britain, most notably Ed Sheeran.


Amy Wadge has written with Lewis Watson, with tracks "Halo" and "Sink or Swim" appearing on the album The Morning.


Amy Wadge has collaborated with Shannon Saunders, Anna Pancaldi and other notable artists.


Amy Wadge wrote and performed the songs for the soundtrack of the BBC Wales series Keeping Faith in 2018, and for the second series, shown in 2019.

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Amy Wadge co-wrote Consequences, the third single from Camila Cabello's debut album Camila.


Also in 2019, Amy Wadge wrote three tracks specifically for the Bonnie Tyler album 'Between the Earth and the Stars.


Amy Wadge played alongside Stereophonics, Embrace and Lenny Kravitz at the launch party for BBC 6 Music.


In 2002, Amy Wadge won "Best Female Solo Act" at the annual Welsh Music Awards, ahead of Charlotte Church.


On Monday 2 November 2009, Amy Wadge released her new single "Hold Me" with new record label, Choice Music.


Amy Wadge released a Welsh version of the track which was a fundraiser for her daughter's, with 20p from the sale of every Welsh language download being donated to Mudiad Meithrin, a Welsh language nursery organisation.


Amy Wadge presented Suck It and See, a programme about the harmonica on BBC Radio 4.