Published on May 18th, 2020 | by Guest Contributor0
The Amanda Broadway Band Reveals Epic LP
Meet the Amanda Broadway Band: A group that needs to be on your radar NOW.
Their debut LP, The Ache, was released on CD, Vinyl, and digital platforms earlier this year, was recorded over three days at Nashville’s famed analog studio, Welcome To 1979, the record captures the energy of the live band on ten original compositions. The first singles, “No More Giving It Away,” and “Leave Your Light On,” have garnered radio play on several local Nashville stations including Lightning 100, WMOT Roots Radio, and Acme Radio. The result is music meant for the masses….and it’s evident. The record is a stellar and creative endeavor that deserves to be heard on festival stages.
Sharing insight regarding the release, Amanda Broadway shares:
“This project is a collaborative and self-produced effort where each member’s voice shines through.”
Blending elements of rock’n’roll and message-driven soul, the Amanda Broadway Band blends funky backbeats with bluesy guitar riffs and powerful songwriting. Based in Nashville, TN, the hair-flipping, tambourine-wielding Broadway captivates audiences with her authentic musical voice and soul-shouting enthusiasm. Grounded by a superb rhythm section, compelling background vocalists, and dynamic horn players, the band brings earnest and infectious energy to every performance.
After spending years working as a vocalist in Nashville, Amanda Broadway is excited to serve as the driving force behind this original project. Frequently called upon for sessions and performances, she has worked with artists including LaLa Brooks of The Crystals, CeCe Peniston, Skid Row, Charles “Wigg” Walker, and Nashville locals Elizabeth Cook, Alanna Royale and The Music City Toppers. She has been featured in American Songwriter, won an Independent Music Award for Best Blues Song, and previously released a series of singles entitled The Sanctuary Sessions.
Broadway and additional members of the band have toured the world and performed at legendary venues including Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and Bridgestone Arena, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Red Rocks Amphitheater, and the Hollywood Bowl. They’ve worked alongside artists including Zac Brown Band, STS9, Phish, Josh Gracin, and Charlie Worsham, among others.
Amanda Broadway Band’s “The Ache” is out now via all digital outlets.