A British singer/songwriter who truly embodies honesty with a fresh, organic sound was born and raised in the depths of Cumbria, England.Living in a tiny village for most of her life with little distraction she spent her time listening to a vast range of music genre’s on her parents record player, and as every young girl does, used to pretend she was the one on the record.At the age of 4 Amanda made her debut solo stage performance at a local village concert and from that moment her love of music and performance has never slept. With her parents video camera Amanda would make her sister film her whilst they created their very own version of the classic British show “Top of The Pops” and with a hairbrush in hand she gave every performance her all!In 2002 after auditioning for UK Tv show “Stars in their Eyes” Amanda was the first to be selected for the Kids version of the show and was later named by shows host Matthew Kelly in a live TV broadcast to be the reason that the show was created for Kids. Following her success on the show Amanda went on to perform at Festivals and events throughout the UK alongside major artists such as Westlife, Boyzone, The Sugababes, McFly and The Hoosiers.Whilst working on her debut solo record Amanda was invited by Boyzone to join them on their sold out reunion tour of the UK and Ireland. A dream come true Amanda jumped at the opportunity and performed for the duration of the tour at major arenas and stadiums around the UK such as the O2, Wembley and the MEN for audiences of 15,000+ every night.Currently working in Los Angeles, Amanda is collaborating with renowned producers and writers behind artists such as Beyonce, Madonna, Stevie Wonder, Celine Dion, Alicia Keys and Aretha Franklin, to create what will be her debut album. Amanda says she has drawn influence from what she considers to be the greats from every era with artists including Bettye Swan, Amy Winehouse, Dusty Springfield and The Ronnettes to name just a few. “I wanted to create something which takes us on a journey, that felt organic, that was honest. I want people to believe my version of cinematic vintage”