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Amanda Brown

About this Artist

Bronx native, Puerto-Rican/Jamaican representing artist Amanda Brown has built a career out of provoking intense reactions from the musical elite. Many music lovers discovered her after witnessing her complex soprano on season three of The Voice––an accolade that endeared Brown to millions of new fans and won over critics at Rolling Stone, Billboard, and many more.

The Voice established Brown to fans as a captivating front woman, however; the most established recording artists in the world have been drawing on her talent for years. After receiving exemplary training at New York City’s world renowned FAME school and esteemed HBCU Howard University, she began working on the road and in the studio as a backing vocalist for some of the biggest artists in music including Stevie Wonder, Adele, Alicia Keys, Tori Kelly, Michael Bolton, Jennifer Hudson, Jessie J and Cynthia Erivo.

During 2018/19 she toured with The Killers as a supporting artist opening for the band to promote her debut album Dirty Water. She also provided live backing vocals for their global Wonderful Wonderful tour. Since returning from the road, she has gone on to perform in and compose music for both television and commercial broadcasting, receiving coveted placements on shows such as NBC’s new hit series Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist and a commercial campaign for Nordstrom. Whilst enjoying successes on screen, she continues to lend her voice to highly-esteemed musical works, performing on multiple tracks for Tyler, The Creator’s grammy award-winning album IGOR and The Killers’ single ‘Land Of The Free’.

Brown’s recently released EP, From Here, takes the listener on a journey of loss, love, self-determination and redemption by way of Amanda’s sultry vocals, poignant lyrics and alt. rock/pop production. From Here is body of work that will undoubtedly capture listeners from the first downbeat, serving as a fiery introduction of what’s to come from this powerhouse vocalist and songwriter.