Friday, May 28, 2010

Amy Miles' Record "King of Girls" Released June 1

So, all you comedy nerds will know Amy Miles from her musical contributions to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, where she performed in and served as musical director of the Glee parody "6-Bee". She has also written songs for the LNWJF bits Late, Seventh Floor West and The Real Housewives of Late Night. She created the much-loved musical theatre UCB show Soundtracks Live which VH1 turned into a pilot starring Tina Fey, Will Arnett, Michael Ian Black and Paul Rudd. She's also composed music for The Baxter and The Ten, as well as composing the theme tune fand contributing music to Amy Poehler's web series Smart Girls at The Party and Poehler's Nickelodeon series The Mighty B! So you could say she's got comedy credentials.

Well, Amy Miles' new record "King Of Girls" is released June 1st and it is "filled with smart lyrics and intelligent hooks that trade on blending classic pop songs with indie rock, country and electronic flavors." Craig Wedren described Miles as a "hot freaking genius", so you know she's got to be good. I can attest that the title track "King of Girls" is insanely catchy so you guys should try get your hands on it.
Amy Miles' CD release party will be held June 1 at the Bowery Electric in New York City between 7-9 PM. 
Amazon links are as follows -
Or if you want to just download the track "King of Girls", which you should because it is awesome, here -

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