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Amanda June / Bio

Amanda June is a singer/songwriter from Dayton, Ohio currently living in Nashville, Tennessee. She moved to Nashville at 18 years old while her family stayed back to support her in Ohio. She has a passion for country music and her music speaks from her soul. Amanda has been singing since she could talk and grew up with her eyes set on her dream of sharing her talent and music with the world. When she was 8 years old she learned how to play piano and at 14 years of age she took an interest in guitar to further her love for country music. Amanda picked up guitar quickly and was self taught. At just 10 years of age she sang with Kenny Rogers and began singing the national anthem everywhere in her hometown and for school events. She has opened for the Ashley Martin Band and sang various other places in Dayton, Ohio. For the past 3 years she's traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to participate in the BGA Jam music camp in Franklin which from that she has experience performing with a full band and loves it. Ever since she was little she wanted to move to Nashville. A couple months after graduating high school Amanda picked up and moved to Nashville. Amanda June has been writing and recording with various artists and performing at well-known venues in Nashville, and other states. Amanda June has stood out from the crowd in Nashville and is now performing multiple times a week. Keep up with her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube. Also check out her new single on iTunes called "I Would Like Him."

General Info

Band Members
Amanda June - Vocals, Cole Vosbury - Acoustic Guitar
Artist Name
Amanda June
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/amandajune
Genres
Country

Contact Info

Location
Nashville, TN

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