Amy Millan

Amy Millan



Amy Millan (born December 3, 1973) is a Canadian indie rock singer and guitarist. She records and performs with the bands Stars and Broken Social Scene as well as having a successful solo career. Her second solo album, Masters of the Burial, was released by Arts & Crafts Productions in September 2009.



Broken Social Scene
Masters of the Burial
Masters of the Burial is the second solo album from Canadian musician Amy Millan of Stars and Broken Social Scene.
Honey from the Tombs
Honey from the Tombs is the debut solo album by Canadian singer Amy Millan from the bands Stars and Broken Social Scene. Presents Morning Becomes Eclectic
Album Presents Morning Becomes Eclectic is an album by musical artist Amy Millan, released on March 27, 2007.

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Broken Social Scene: Hug Of Thunder Tour
  –  October 2, 2017
That resident sirens Emily Haines, Feist and Amy Millan share the billing on "Sentimental X's" speaks to their more limited involvement in Broken Social Scene as they tend to their own bands and careers, and the repeated lyrics about "a friend you used to ...
Broken Social Scene on “Hug of Thunder”
  –  October 2, 2017
The full lineup for Hug of Thunder is Kevin Drew, John Crossingham, Brendan Canning, Sam Goldberg, Charles Spearin, Ariel Engle, Justin Peroff, Leslie Feist, Andrew Whiteman, Emily Haines, Evan Cranley, Amy Millan, Jimmy Shaw, Lisa Lobsinger, David French ...
Broken Social Scene played Chicago, brought out Andy Kim (pics, review)
  –  October 2, 2017
“7/4 (Shoreline)” was an immediate hit as a followup to the mostly-instrumental intro, and although the band was missing Feist, Amy Millan, and Emily Haines, Ariel Engle was there and she totally crushed it, with occasional help from the girls from ...
Broken Social Scene: “Family” Reunions and Musical Constipation
  –  September 29, 2017
KC Accidental already had a lot of players. We played with Emily [Haines] and James [Shaw] from Metric, even though Metric wasn’t a band yet, and Amy [Millan] and Evan [Cranley] from Stars, even though Stars wasn’t a band. So really, Broken Social ...
Supergroup Broken Social Scene to descend upon the Fillmore this weekend
  –  September 28, 2017
Originally founded by Canadian indie rockers Kevin Drew and Brendan Canning, the duo has added dozens of musicians over the years including Leslie Feist of Feist, Emily Haines of Metric, and singer Amy Millan. The band released their latest album called ...
Watch Katy Perry Sob During Therapy Session in YouTube Red Special Trailer
  –  September 27, 2017
Torquil Campbell and Amy Millan of Stars perform on stage at Scala on Jan. 15, 2015 in London. St. Vincent performs at the Tiffany & Co. Fragrance launch event on Sept. 6, 2017 in New York City. Steven Ferdman/Patrick McMullan/Getty Images Margo Price ...
CityFolk review: Amanda Marshall, Broken Social Scene make triumphant return
  –  September 18, 2017
The party was only getting started. A two-piece horn section joined for the rousing chorus of KC Accidental before the band invited their pals from Stars, singer Amy Millan and multi-instrumentalist Evan Cranley, with new singer Ariel Engle rounding out ...
Stars are using the 'civilizing force' of music to fight the devil
  –  September 13, 2017
While the distinctive voices of Amy Millan and Torquil Campbell remain key to the music of Stars, There is no Love in Fluorescent Light also represents a change for Stars in that it is their first release on Last Gang Records. Stars play songs from their ...


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