About Amanda Phillips
Amanda Phillips’s career began opening for the acts below, along with many others.
As she continued her career in music, she performed in bands and songwriters nights in Nashville, TN.
Taking it to the next level, Amanda has branched out as a solo singer/songwriter with a unique voice and style.
Leon “The Original” and His Coasters
Big John Thompson
In 2005, Amanda moved to Nashville, Tennessee, while there she joined NSAI, became affiliated with BMI. She also began performing at open mic nights, songwriter’s conventions, events and singing in several bands there. Amanda is known for her powerful delivery, style, lyrics and diversity in all genres, setting out to be an entertainer in the country music genre. New to Atlanta, GA in 2012, Amanda was the first country artist to win the artist development competition called “Who’s Got That Vibe?” in 27 seasons with her hit song “Let Me Go!”Amanda is also in an artist development boot camp weekly.
2010/2011 “With Me” was distributed worldwide to families and American soldiers. This song has captured the attention of thousands who have lost someone and continuing to grow. “With Me” has been requested and played by families for fallen heroes at their funerals. Also, it has made radio airplay. Overall words described by the listeners “A song that has spoken for many who were at a loss of words.”
“We enjoyed your music creativity, lyrics well written, and good messages. Vocals are like Janis Joplin meets Sugarland!”
NSAI – Nashville, TN
“You’ve crossed over to a whole new league! The songs, I love them! Keep them coming!”
Bill Heaberlin – Media Promotions Enterprises
“Thank you for helping make my daughter’s dream of being on stage come true and for keeping in touch with your fans!”
Nessa Coeburn – Virginia
“It’s great to see the artist you have become along the way!” “I have enjoyed working with you on your projects and looking forward to working with you again, great songs!”
Mitch Snow Productions –North Carolina
“Thank you for your kind words and the song you sent!”
President George W. Bush