The Patsy Cline Tribute is BACK in Sequim, September 29th, 2018 at the Sequim High Auditorium. This year Amanda will be joined on stage with her band Black Diamond Junction, and her FAVORITE Fiddle goddess Amy Daves. TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT
Amanda's musical passion was set ablaze when she was 2 years old. She sang her first solo in church, standing on a chair so the congregation could see her. She hasn't put the mic down since. Amanda feels blessed to have traveled all over this great country of ours, and sing for thousands of people in 11 different states and counting. Although having a bit of Wanderlust, Amanda is happiest when she is HOME on the Olympic Peninsula, with her Mommy, Daddy, Kitty and the rest of her family.
Amanda is VERY proud to be a part of the hottest band on the Peninsula, as voted by the residents of Clallam County. BDJ has won "Best Live Performance" group 3 years in a row, with Amanda winning, "Best Live Performer" those same 3 years. You can find them playing clubs and festivals all over, but can see them regularly inside Club 7 at the 7 Cedars Casino in Sequim, WA. Catch them the second Thursday of every month. (pictured from left to right)
Rudy (Bass), Harry (Drums), Amanda (lead Vocals), Bob (Guitar) and Todd (Piano).
My favorite Christmas Song. This was recorded LIVE at the Auburn Avenue Theater.
Amanda singing live at the Alberta Bair Theater in Billings, Montana.
Singing the National Anthem is one of my greatest honors! I was blessed to get to sing this for the Seattle Sounders.
Live a the Clallam County Fair.
Thinking about music