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““Copyright is not just something you do or have with your song. It is the bundle of rights that makes it possible to make a living following your bliss when you’re a songwriter,” says Amanda Williams, Grammy nominated songwriter and educator.”
““When I found out that my old pal, Jason Aldean was coming to Lubbock for a concert on May 4th, I knew he’d want to support the work of Sondra’s Song any way he could. That’s just the kind of big hearted guy he is,” says Williams.”
“Singer and songwriter, Amanda Williams' performance, Nobody's Child, was written to create awareness of the plight of these children. Despite laws that mandate permanency, it is a sad truth that this is an unobtainable goal for many youth. They are abandoned by a system that failed to meet their most fundamental need; belonging to a family.”
“Hit songwriter, singer, educator, philanthropist AMANDA WILLIAMS talks about the song "NOBODY'S CHILD," how it came about, the meaning behind it, while bringing us closer to the world of FOSTER CHILDREN. Nobody' Child written by: Amanda Williams, Steve Clark, Keesy Timmer.”
“This Sunday, Atlanta will celebrate the 80th birthday of its former governor, Andrew Young... Local songwriter Amanda Williams was invited to perform at Young’s 75th birthday bash five years ago, after the Andrew Young Foundation asked SESAC to find a country artist for the event... Williams must have made a good impression, because this year she was invited back to celebrate the Ambassador’s 80th birthday on May 20. This weekend’s event will also feature appearances by Oprah Winfrey, India.Arie, Jasmine Guy, and more.”
“Andrew Young shares a laugh with performer Amanda Williams as they arrive on the red carpet for Young's 80th birthday cabaret.”
“On the stage, many stood to thank Mr. Young for his many accomplishments and the lasting positive impacts on their lives, including Scarlet Pressley-Brown, General Manager of Global Diversity and Community Affairs, Delta Air Lines; Ms. Ingrid Saunders Jones, Vice President, Global Community Connections, Coca Cola Company; and Mrs. Evern Cooper Epps, former President of the UPS Foundation. On-stage tributes continued, including those given by President Bill Clinton, country music star Amanda Williams, Dick Gregory, and Donnie McClurkin. ”
“We’re all used to seeing the Salvation Army’s red kettles outside of retail stores during the holidays. This year, approximately 5,000 families in the Nashville area have signed up for the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program – more than normal, to say the least. 85 cents per every dollar collected through the Salvation Army goes directly toward helping these families in need.”
“March was marvelous for Happy Tales. The Wednesday Night Wags Music series during the entire month was nothing short of amazing. The Basement provided the perfect vibe for the live shows being filmed by Fresh Film & Design. We will now be able to showcase some of this areas greatest talent and all for the sake and deep, abiding love of animals. We are grateful to everyone who contributed to the success of the series. We are enormously grateful to the exceptional musicians and artists who raised their voices, and gifted their talents for the homeless pet population of middle Tennessee... If you missed any of the performances you can catch them soon on our YouTube channel. We'd like to thank: ...Amanda Williams”
“And, Amanda Williams isn’t just one of the owners of the company, she’s a songwriter herself. She was one of the writers on the Garth Brooks / George Jones hit “Beer Run,” so she knows that thrill of hearing her words through different voices.”
“I know Amanda Williams as the songwriter who has led several writers’ round style shows around town – but I had no idea that she had learned from the best while just a kid! I sat down with Williams recently to get her full story, and talk about what she’s doing now.”
“On Wednesday, the students got to see and hear how their songs, recorded with the help of studio engineers Jimmy Nutt and Dixon Keel, and local musicians that also included Chris Roach and Nashville singer-songwriter Amanda Williams.”
"We thought that several original songs stood out above the rest including two, which were miles apart in stlyes, the first being “School Girl” by Amanda Williams"
"With the help of SESAC member and Berklee alumna Amanda Williams '99, the Berklee Nashville Alumni Chapter hosted its first alumni holiday party on December 16 at the SESAC building on Music Row."
“Never Understand is one of the best songs I have ever heard. It really hits home concerning someone in my life and touched me deeply"”
"With the run Amanda has had in song writing in Nashville, I can't believe nobody has caught on to her."
"Is she a better singer or songwriter? The depth of the lyrics are matched by the strength and artistry of her voice. She doesn't just sing the song - she feels it... and you will too."