Amanda Vernon is a recording artist of soulful pop music. She has shared her original music across the U.S. and in six foreign countries. This singer, pianist, and composer speaks to authentic beauty through music, the “language of the soul.” Originally from the Midwest, Amanda resides in Phoenix, AZ with her husband and their spunky collection of children under age seven.
At age 29, Amanda has over a decade of experience in both studio recording and live performance. Her seventh album, Justice for All, debuted in 2015; the title track won the pop-electronic music genre of the international art competition, ArtPrize. Supported by a growing number of Amanda Vernon Patrons, she releases new original songs each month via her online show, In Real Life.
Notable performances include:
- 2008 and 2011 World Youth Days in Sydney, Australia and Madrid, Spain
- Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes (Lourdes, France; 2008)
- Regular appearances at the bi-annual National Catholic Youth Conference
- Singing the National Anthem at Lambeau Field for the Green Bay Packers (2014 Bishop’s Charities Game and 2015 Monday Night Football on ESPN)
In the News
"Amanda Vernon, a Christian recording artist from Grand Rapids, Mich., will sing the National anthem and play the keyboard."
"To kick off this first weekend of 2014, eightWest welcomed a musician who does it all. She sings, plays piano, writes music and is a dedicated mom."
"With an irresistible personality and shining demeanor, Amanda Vernon seems to infect everyone she meets with an upbeat glow."
"In addition to producing five albums in the past ten years, Amanda knows the hard work that goes into maintaining a functioning household (or tour bus)."
"I’ve watched her with great admiration for several years now and have been blessed in my own spiritual life by her amazing, soulful music."