AMANDA WINTER’S “CHRISTMAS BEFORE YOU” CONCERT BRINGS FAMILIES TOGETHER THIS HOLIDAY SEASON
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 5, 2017) — Studio Nashville,
the quaint venue hidden in plain sight on Charlotte Ave was packed wall
to wall last evening with Nashville industry VIP’S and media; along
with friends and fans who traveled more than 14 hours to be a part of Amanda Winter’s first Nashville Christmas EP release party. The digital release of Christmas Before You was released Dec. 4th on all Digital Platforms and produced by Grammy® nominated Producer Kent Wells.
Allie Colleen opened the concert with a special
acoustic performance and later joined Winter on a powerful rendition of
the emotional song “Dear Hate,” released earlier this year by Maren
Morris which featured Vince Gill.
“Amanda Winter gives me the impression that her star is just about to go
Super Nova. You know how it is when you see someone perform, and you
just know that everything’s just about to break wide open for them?
That’s how I feel about Amanda Winter. Keep your eyes—and ears—on her.” Cameron Wallace, Nashville Access
The release of Christmas Before You is available on alldigital platforms and you can stay current with Amanda onInstagram,Twitter andFacebook. Be sure to follow her onYoutube and visithttp://www.amandawintermusic.com.
About Amanda Winter
From a very early age, Amanda Winter has been wowing
audiences with her small size and larger-than-life vocals. Her life
growing up revolved around country music. Amanda Winter is no stranger
to the uncertainty that life can bring, growing up in the foster care
system, her main focus remained on her love of music. She made her move
to Nashville in August of 2013, without knowing anyone, without a job
out there waiting and with nothing more than everything that fit inside
of her car. In May of 2015, Amanda released her very first Nashville EP,
consisting of seven original songs, two of which she co-wrote. Her
first self-penned song Little Girl…Big Dream became an anthem
for her life. A song to tell the world that no one can define you, if
you really chase after your dreams, anything is possible. Growing up
herself as a foster child, she continues to be an activist for children
everywhere, and hopes to be living proof that it doesn’t matter where
you come from, that you can achieve it all if you work hard and dream
big. Make sure to follow Amanda onhttp://www.amandawintermusic.com