“This girl can sing, but the most amazing thing about
Amanda’s singing prowess is how she can tackle such different styles and win every time. Here is a singer who sounds strong, confident, sassy, sexy and in control of everything. She takes you into that smoky club, complete with red velvet seats; she’s up on that stage and you’re hanging onto every word that she sings.”
Review, 2008 by Malcolm Carter, Pennyblack Music, Sweden.

Amanda Easton has worked in prestigious venues throughout Australia from the Entertainment Centre to 5 Star Hotels, major clubs and regular appearances at the iconic Basement at Circular Quay. Not one to sit still, she aims to leave no stage untrodden and has also done stints in Japan, Bali, Malaysia, Noumea as well as toured throughout Europe. She performs music from all eras but specialises in breathing new life and love into songs from the jazz and pop sirens of the 50 and 60s, which are her particular passion. She loves to share anecdotes about falling in and out of love and sends her audience on a wonderful trip down memory lane as well as having them in stitches about love gone wrong. You might have seen her perform as Dusty Springfield with Heroes from Heaven or as Barbra Streisand from The Hit Makers.

Her rich soaring vocals have also seen her perform for the who’s who of Australian corporations and twice at the ARIA awards. She’s appeared onstage as backing vocalist for some of our best loved musical legends including Glenn Shorrock, Powderfinger, Marcia Hines, James Reyne and Vanessa Amarosi and has been on tour with multi-platinum artists Richard Clapton and Wendy Matthews. She has released two self-penned albums, with two of her singles appearing in the top ten of the Independent Aussie charts and her music videos and live performances have graced television screens on The Kerri-Anne Show, Bert Newton, Denise Drysdale Show as well as ‘V’ and ‘MTV’. Amanda has also produced and hosted her own
13 episode TV Series showcasing female singers called ‘PopTarts’ for TVS in Sydney and Channel 31 in Melbourne.

Click the links below for an audio sample:
Amanda Easton – A Thousand Years:
Amanda Easton – Songbird: