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Saturday, January 27th, 2018
7:00 PM
Amanda does not claim a particular genre of music, and in doing so enjoys variety in her music and audiences. As a solo artist and a part of a women's contemporary folk band called Wildflower; she is a performer not to be missed. After attending Winona State University she began a more intentional look at returning to music after her nephew was diagnosed with leukemia. In 2010 she released a children's album called, "Trains, Cars + A Trip To Mars." Soon after his father also passed away. Amanda wrote some songs from the experience and released, "Embrace" in 2012. After a successful kickstarter project, she released her first EP called, "Keeping Hearts" in June 2014. That month she appeared at Ed's No Name bar in Winona with her group Wildflower as the release event. Currently, "Better Life" EP is set to be her most poignant work yet; taking her almost 2 years to complete. She has given a yearly performance at the The Mid West Music Festival since its inception. In 2015, she performed on the first day of the Wisconsin music and art festival, Ashley for the Arts. Wildflower joined the Boats & Bluegrass Festival in 2017. City Pages Feature: http://www.citypages.com/music/after-years-of-family-tragedy-amanda-grace-looks-ahead-to-a-better-life/462124883 Twins Cities Media Feature: http://twincitiesmedia.net/blog/amanda-grace-release-better-life-warming-house-12-6 The Current features Better Life: https://www.thecurrent.org/request