Amanda Brown has built a career out of provoking intense reactions in high places. Many fans first heard her complex soprano on season three of The Voice––a bow that endeared Brown to millions and won over critics in Rolling Stone, Billboard, and more.
The Voice may have introduced Brown to fans as a front woman, but the best singers in the world began turning to her years ago. After attending New York City’s FAME school, she began working on the road and in the studio as a backing vocalist for the biggest voices in music: Adele, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Justin Timberlake, CeeLo Green, Michael Bolton, Lenny Kravitz, Jennifer Hudson, Jessie J, Gwen Stefani, The Killers, and others.
Brown released her anticipated full-length debut Dirty Water in the spring of 2018. Bursting with both swagger and tenderness, the album is a triumphant collection of Brown’s risk-taking, pop-savvy, finely honed rock-and-roll.