Colin Amey

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Colin Amey
Colin Amey.jpg
Colin Amey, November 2005
Background information
Born Marmora, Ontario, Canada
Origin Dunnville, Ontario, Canada
Genres Country
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1990 – present
Labels Makin' Tracks
Royalty

Colin Amey (born Dunnville, Ontario) is a Canadian country music artist.[1] Amey has released three studio albums which include 1998's Colin Amey, 2000's What My Heart Don't Know and 2006's Getaway. Two of Amey's singles reached the Top 20 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in Canada, "I Wish She Was Mine"[2] and "What My Heart Don't Know."[3]

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Album
1998 Colin Amey
2000 What My Heart Don't Know
2006 Getaway
2013 Just Do What You Do (EP)

Singles[edit]

Year Single Chart Positions Album
CAN Country CAN AC
1988 "Gonna Last Forever" 16 N/A
1999 "I Wish She Was Mine" 19 Colin Amey
1999 "Could've Fooled Me" 37[4]
"You're Crazy Too" 71[5]
2000 "What My Heart Don't Know" 19 What My Heart Don't Know
"If I Didn't Call It Love" *
2001 "Any Man with Half a Heart" *
"Might as Well Have Been a Train" *
2002 "She's That Girl" *
"What Would I Do Without You" (with Nancy Denault) *
2003 "You Don't See That Every Day" * Getaway
2006 "Getaway" *
"Look at That Truck" *
"Millionaire" *
2007 "That Hurts" *
2013 "Go for a Soda" Just Do What You Do
2014 "Life Happens"
2015 "Sunday Drive" TBD

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Citations
  1. ^ "Artist: Amey, Colin Biography". canoe.ca. Jam!. 14 January 2006. Retrieved 16 January 2012. 
  2. ^ RPM (magazine) (11 September 2000). "Country Singles - Volume 71, No. 19, September 11, 2000" (PDF). Collections Canada. (Ottawa: Library and Archives Canada). OCLC 352936026. Retrieved 16 January 2012. 
  3. ^ RPM (magazine) (8 March 1999). "Country Singles - Volume 68, No. 20, March 08 1999" (PDF). Collections Canada. (Ottawa: Library and Archives Canada). OCLC 352936026. Retrieved 16 January 2012. 
  4. ^ RPM (magazine) (5 July 1999). "Country Singles - Volume 69, No. 11, July 05 1999" (PDF). Collections Canada. (Ottawa: Library and Archives Canada). OCLC 352936026. Retrieved 16 January 2012. 
  5. ^ RPM (magazine) (4 October 1999). "Country Singles - Volume 69, No. 24, October 04 1999" (PDF). Collections Canada. (Ottawa: Library and Archives Canada). OCLC 352936026. Retrieved 16 January 2012.