Amanda Nagurney, 23 year old singer, songwriter and musician has just released her album titled “Gone”. Amanda has sung the National Anthem for The Nashville Predators, the Buffalo Bills, Sabres, Louisville Bats (Slugger Field), World's Toughest Rodeo and many more. She has opened for many Nashville Recording Artists such as Travis Tritt, Sara Evans, Gretchen Wilson, The Band Perry, Burton Cummings, Jason Michael Carroll, Justin Moore, Phil Vassar, Joe Nichols, Sammy Kershaw, The John Corbett Band, Locash Cowboys, Michelle Wright, Gavin Degraw and Miranda Lambert. Amanda performed for many charities including Roswell Park Cancer Institute, the USO, Connecticut Street Armory, Fort Drum in Watertown, Woman & Children's Hospital of Buffalo, Jim Kelly's Hunter's Hope, The Red Cross, Make A Wish Foundation, and many others. Amanda also took part of a collaboration CD and project titled "IN REMEMBRANCE". USA Cares is a large corporation involved in the project which exists to provide military families with financial support in their time of need.
Amanda has recently won Crossover Artist of the Year in the 2009 Independent Music Network Awards and was nominated as Country Artist of the year in the 2009 Upper State Independent Awards. Amanda has won Best Female Vocalist 2010 & Best Acoustic Duo 2008-2009 in the Buffalo Music Awards. Amanda’s music has made it to the top of the charts throughout Europe and on many internet radio stations.
Currently, Amanda is touring around the U.S. She just returned from performing for the Houston Buddy Walk for the National Down Syndrome Association and returned from Washington DC from the Walter Reed Army Hospital with the USO. Amanda has also made a permanent move to Nashville, TN this past year. With her many years of experience, her determination, drive and her love and passion for performing, Amanda brings excitement and enthusiasm to any stage she steps onto.
Singer/Songwriter and Musician Hermitage, TN