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Amanada Faulkner

Just a girl, a guitar and pure country music; Amanda Faulkner has been staking her claim in the country music world for over a decade. From traditional Aussie bush ballads and American country classics to the modern-day country rock and popular sing-along songs, Amanda’s range and adaptability has seen her become one of the most frequently booked artists across Queensland and New South Wales pubs, clubs, festivals and events.
With a voice that’s ‘made for country’ and likened to those of Tania Kernaghan and Anne Kirkpatrick, Amanda’s performances are simply not to be missed. Her passion for the music she plays and her knack for story telling draws her audience in and creates intimate and interactive performances that let them ‘feel’ the music on a whole new level.
Drawing on her vast life experience from growing up in the bush and being involved in the shearing and trucking industries, Amanda’s song writing has been lauded as some of the most genuine, relatable and heart-felt ever produced. Her own songs draw on her traditional and classic country roots with a real Australian edge and occasional dash of contemporary thrown in for good measure. Amandas writing style is eclectic but never strays far from her pure country roots. Her debut album ‘Bush Kid’ has been well received by fans and her songs are regularly requested on community radio stations across Australia. A second album is in the works with hopes for release before the end of 2022.
Amanda’s sweet yet strong vocals and outstanding showmanship have earned her performing rights alongside some of Australian Country Music’s biggest names including James Blundell, Catherine Britt, Beccy Cole, Jeff Brown and Chad Morgan. She was recently chosen to play support for ARIA chart-topping artist Karise Eden.
From her multi-award-winning achievements in her early years on the talent quest circuit, to holding sell-out audiences in the palm of her hand at some of Queensland’s biggest festivals and events, Amanda has well and truly cemented her place in Australian Country Music as a rising star and will continue to wow audiences for many years to come.

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