Amy Hendrickson is a singer-songwriter, event producer, and filmmaker who has been performing live in St. Augustine since she was sixteen. She’s produced dozens of events in the last decade that have raised thousands for local musicians. In 2016, along with her talented team, she produced and directed the “Local Honey” documentary which aimed to show the real working lives of over 30 Saint Augustine musicians and received wonderful acclaim. Amy is one of the founding members of Lincolnville Porch Fest, a neighborhood that has been her home and shelter for the last 18 years. She has performed at the Gamble Rogers folk festival as a storyteller since she was eight years old and won the 2019 Gamble Rogers songwriting competition for her original song “Face to Face.”
In the last three years, she has played in 11 countries, released a new album, and had a beautiful baby boy. Her nicknames include the Good Witch of the South and The Viking, but her favorite name she has earned is Mom. She’s also to date the youngest inductee into the St. Augustine Music Hall of Fame.