Amanda Gray brings a certain energy and electricity to country music that not many performers can accomplish." - Chris Carothers, Operations Director, Results Radio, LLC
Amanda Gray is a SAMMIES award winning singer/songwriter born and raised in the small agricultural community of Yuba City in Northern California. Fresh on the heels of a performance at the iconic Bluebird Café in Nashville, TN and armed with a catalogue of self-penned songs, Amanda is in the beginning stages of recording her first solo EP titled ‘Covered In Rust.’
After touring the West Coast as a solo artist, she founded “Whiskey Savage”, a modern Country/ Rock group that quickly rose to the top of the Sacramento Country scene. In 2012, Amanda began playing alongside fellow local songwriter Sara Gibson and the two quickly formed the duo, “Gibson&Gray”. After the release of their full-length, original album “Road Trippin’” the two parted ways to pursue solo musical careers.
Amanda has had the prestigious honor of sharing the stage with popular Nashville recording artists Mark Chesnutt, Love & Theft, Chuck Wicks, Sam Hunt, Jerrod Neiman, Frankie Ballard, and more. She writes bluegrass inspired country with hints of Americana influence, and covers everything from Dolly Parton to Matchbox 20. Her voice has been compared to the power of Wynona Judd and the passion of Miranda Lambert, and her dedication has earned her the reputation of being one of the hardest working performers on the west coast.
Download “‘Road Trippin’” on iTunes or Amazon, or listen on Spotify or Pandora. You can find more information about Amanda on Facebook.