Amy Petty to be Featured at Prestigious Carnegie Hall

September 19, 2012 by  
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Photo by Sid Ceasar Photography.

Red Pill Entertainment artist Amy Petty will be featured at New York’s prestigious Carnegie Hall as part of Tim Janis’ annual American Christmas Carol on Friday, November 30, 2012. The concert will benefit Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation.

Petty will lend her signature haunting vocals to a star-studded lineup of female artists led by Grammy-winning singer Sarah McLachlan, Loreena McKennit, Celtic folk-rock singer Andrea Corr, and classical crossover prodigy Hayley Westenra.

The concert marks the third consecutive American Christmas Carol that Petty will be singing with Janis at Carnegie Hall. Since the summer of 2010, the two have enjoyed a fruitful collaboration of recording and performance that has also seen her sing at the Kennedy Center and Walter Reed Medical Center. At last year’s event, Petty won rave reviews while sharing the stage with such legendary artists as Darlene Love and Steven Van Zandt of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.
“It will be such an honor to spend the evening with some of my favorite artists of all time, including my fantastic friend Tim Janis,” Petty wrote on her website,

Amy Petty’s most recent album, 2011’s Sycamore Tree, was a collection of traditional and original Christmas music. Her other Red Pill releases are 2010’s House Of Doors and Mystery Keeps You in 2009.

Founded by Kate Winslet, the Golden Hat Foundation strives to change public perception about people with autism through education about their intellectual capabilities.

Tickets for the concert will go on sale at beginning Friday, September 28 at 11am. Fans can get 30% off the price by using the discount code FAN15148 until Monday, October 1.

Based in St. Louis, Red Pill Entertainment is an artist facilitation firm. With its own studio and relationships with musicians across the country, Red Pill is committed to finding new models of artistic development and sustainability in the modern musical climate. For more information, visit