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GenresAmericana, Singer songwriter, Adult contemporary, AAA Country, Rock, Pop More...
LocationDetroit MI United States
Sounds LikeAlanis Morrisette, Joss Stone, Sheryl Crow, Patty Griffin, Norah Jones
Digital Locationhttp://www.amandamorganmusic.com musicpage.com/amandamorgan
HistoryMember since: 03/31/2013 Year Founded: 2009
- Original material: 01 hrs : 15 min
- Cover material: 01 hrs : 30 min
- CDs released: 3
- CDs sold: 850
- Digital songs sold: 1200
- Original Songs: 17
- Average Draw: 250
- Largest crowd: 1,000
- Have sound: Full PA
By age 15, Amanda Morgan had already recorded with Grammy-winning Producer, Fran Cathcart and NY Studio ace, Sean Burns. Her debut EP, "Land of an Endless Sea" garnered two No. 1 slots on WDVDfm's Radio Cafe, and two tracks became "Most Requested Song in the State."
At 17 she recorded with her second Grammy-winning Producer, Dave Feeny and released her single, "Saturday in June," featuring Doobie Bros. founding member, Pat Simmons on lead guitar. Her track, "More Like Crashing," released at the same time, won her the "Best Young Pop Artist" award at the Indie Music Channel Awards in Los Angeles, 2012. She performed at the LA House of Blues for the award show. In 2014, she won "Best Pop Female Artist" at the Indie Music Channel awards for her track, "Falling" and performed live at the historic Whisky a Go Go in Hollywood.
Amanda's music has been heard worldwide on commercial, public, terrestrial and web radio. She's performed at major festivals, world-class concert venues and countless jam sessions and open mics.
Amanda is also passionate about anti-bullying and she continues to help young people overcome this widespread problem by drawing attention through her music and appearances. She has just completed her third record release, is attending college classes full-time and spending time with her family and her rescue-dog, Bentley.
"Best Pop Female Artist" Indie Music Channel Awards, 2014
“Best Young Pop Artist” Indie Music Channel Awards, 2012
“Most Requested Song in the State” “Just Wanna Know Why” WDVD fm Radio Café, 2011
“Most Requested Song in the State” “Ten Steps Back” WDVD fm Radio Café, 2010
Select Live Performances:
Whiskey a Go Go, Hollywood, CA, (April 2014)
Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix, AZ "Best of the Valley Showcase" (April, 2013)
House of Blues, Hollywood, CA (April, 2012, July, 2012)
Hard Rock, Detroit, MI
Arts, Beats & Eats Festival, Royal Oak, MI (2011, 2012, 2014)
Stars and Stripes Festival, Mt. Clemens, MI (as Headliner) (July, 2012)
Michigan Winter Blast Festival, Detroit, MI (February, 2015)
New Years Eve Show-Four Seasons Resort, Las Vegas, NV
Select TV and Radio Interviews and Live Performances:
Fox2 TV “Morning Show” 2011, 2014 live performances
"Live in the D" TV show NBC, 2014 live performance
Ann Delisi's "Essential Music" WDETfm radio, interview and performances
WMOM fm KOB in the Afternoon Show” interview and performances
WDVD fm “The Radio Café” interview and performance
Delta Airlines-“Spotlight” In-Flight programming (2011, 2012)
Women of Substance Radio “Live 365”
WRVU fm Nashville, TN “Big Poppa’s Underground”
WDET fm, Detroit “Ann Delisi’s Essential Music Show”
Numerous print and web articles have been written about Amanda and her music.
Producer, Fran Cathcart-Grammy Award “The Les Paul Tribute Album,” 2005
Producer, David Feeny-Grammy Award “Loretta Lynn, Jack White” 2004
Producer (current) Chuck Alkazian (Elton John, Dave Matthews Band, Uncle Kracker)
Artist, Patrick Simmons (The Doobie Bros.) featured on Amanda’s single, “Saturday in June”
Manager, Morris Shapiro
Publicist, Matt Lee, Drumbeaters, Inc.
Detroit Metro TimesMay 02, 2012
For one so young, she has mastered the ability to put genuine feelings surrounding relationships into words with impressive eloquence."
-Brett Callwood (City Slang, Metro Times Magazine)
February 01, 2012
Patrick Simmons, The Doobie Bros.
"When I first heard about Amanda Morgan I was excited about this new young singer songwriter. When I finally heard her sing, my excitement turned to admiration and esteem. Amanda is the real thing! I've always thought songwriting and performing were the most important elements in the evolution of a popular musical artist. To find both of these things, plus an amazing voice, in an artist so young...well,
this is what we’re always hunting for.”
-Patrick Simmons, The Doobie Brothers
Oakland PressSeptember 02, 2011
Sam Logan Khaleghi
"...she’s the youngest person to reach the No. 1 spot on WDVD-FM (96.3)’s “The Radio Café” Indie Music Channel poll with her song “Just Wanna Know Why.”