Interview: Amy Foster-Gillies talks about Bublè and more

 

David’s daughter Amy Foster-Gillies is a valued and renowned lyricist.
She’s started her carrer writing poems and now her credits include ‘Home To Stay’ recorded by Josh Groban for his multi platinum debut album, ‘I’ll Make It Up As I Go’ written for the end title to the Marlon Brando/Robert De Niro film “The Score” performed by Diana Krall and Michael Bublè‘s hit ‘Home’ co-written with Michael Bublè and Alan Chang.
Amy has also penned the Destiny’s Child song ‘Stand Up For Love’ and songs for Eric Benet.

We share with you this nice interview broadcasted by canadian CTV, she talks about how being the daughter of a mega-producer has both helped and hindered her career.
She also referrers about his collaboration with Michael Bublè speaking very highly about him, and among other topics her decision to live and work in Nashville and not to be part of the reality show “Princes of Malibu”.

Amy has recently co-written “Everything”, the new single by Michael Bublè from his forthcoming album “Call Me Irresponsible”.

 
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14 comments to Interview: Amy Foster-Gillies talks about Bublè and more

  • Joan Braunberger  says:

    Hi Amy,

    Enjoyed your video. I am dating your mom’s Uncle Steve Cook and hope before too long to go to Victoria to meet her and the rest of the family there.

    I wish you well in all your endeavors.

  • Dora Chiu  says:

    Hi Amy,
    Congratulations! You look great! Best of luck with all your future projects. You were always a star in grade school and you still are!

  • Denise Cochran  says:

    Hi Amy,

    Loved your video and I too started writing poems in a very young age but I am very passionate about music but I never took it any further.I believe in myself to be a future singer but I can’t seem to write the music only the words that I feel inside of myself and believe it or not I heard you talk about Michael Buble and where he started and I was right there once too.I loved listening to Frank
    Sinatra,Dean Martin,Beatles just to name a few.They were my idols too.I guess what I’m asking Amy is that should I pursue this or try other challenges and if I’m willing to pursue this.Would you help me,like you helped Michael because Michael is my idol and a true entertainer.

  • Ben "Bubba" Padua (ASU - LAVC)  says:

    Hi Amy!

    Just wanted to say hello! Seems like everything is going well with you and that’s great! Good luck and more success to your career. Give my regards to your dad. God bless.

    Ben

  • Mikaela  says:

    Hi Mommy!
    I really like the song Home.

  • Mikaela  says:

    Love- Mikaela

  • Tammy  says:

    Hello Amy,
    You are so talented and I hope that your career continues to grow.

  • Sue W.  says:

    Hi Amy! Loved your somg with Michael Buble “Home”. Just saw your dad’s Hit Man Concert on PBS and loved it. Are you going to be the next Mrs. Buble like Michael said. Thanks.

  • Sue W.  says:

    Loved your dad on his Hit Man PBS show. Thanks for all the wonderful lyrics.

  • Mikaela  says:

    HAHAH!
    “Amy” isn’t marring Michael!
    It was a joke…

  • Frank Granieri  says:

    I know that you and your father have done some wonderful work for and with Michael Buble’.

    I have written a song about a fisherman, his father and son that I believe would be perfect for Michael in the same way that Bucelli’s song to his father “con ti partiro'” was.

    Can you help me?

  • Barry Shaw  says:

    Amy it is refreshing to see how grounded and unnaffected you are by your success. I like the story about not having a TV and broke in London. Keep doing what you are doing and be happy. Keep writing beautiful songs.

    All the best to you

    Barry
    Calgary AB

  • Ash  says:

    Well.. theyre together now ^^ xx

  • intan  says:

    Hi Amy,
    I love your lyrics.

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