Amanda is best known as the captivating vocalist on the theme song "A Place In Time" from Paramount's The 4400, the featured song "Dreams in Ashes" from Lifetime Television’s Odd Girl Out, as well as other lead vocal appearances in songs appearing in Smallville, Ed, One Tree Hill, Felicity, and Charmed. Amanda also composed and sang movie theme songs for 3 Below, 13th Al...
Amanda is best known as the captivating vocalist on the theme song "A Place In Time" from Paramount's The 4400, the featured song "Dreams in Ashes" from Lifetime Television’s Odd Girl Out, as well as other lead vocal appearances in songs appearing in Smallville, Ed, One Tree Hill, Felicity, and Charmed. Amanda also composed and sang movie theme songs for 3 Below, 13th Alley, and the independent short film, Facing the Lion, by writer director, Joe Plonsky, and executive producer, Scott Spiegel.
Born in Beirut, Lebanon to an American mother and Lebanese father, Amanda and her four older sisters sang continuously as her instinctive musical talent emerged as naturally as her permanent smile and infectious laughter.
The influences of Western recording artists, such as Elton John, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and The Beatles combined with the abundant Middle Eastern music she heard and sang daily growing up in Beirut to create her own unique musical identity.
Early gigs introduced Amanda to Styx drummer; Todd Sucherman, Alice Cooper guitarist; Eric Dover, Ricky Martin guitarist/saxaphonist/keyboardist; Ron Dziubla, John Doe drummer; Brian Head, Tom Jones bassist; Mike Mennell, Brian Wilson vocalist; Taylor Mills and Independent artists, Jennifer Stills, Bird York and Lilli Haydn, all with whom she performed live with in Los Angeles.
Through her many connections with leading musicians, in the early part of the 00’s, Amanda started to receive offers to sing for several popular TV shows including VH-1’s Strange Frequency, (two songs lip-synced by Ally Sheedy and Charisma Carpenter), and two songs for the film Devious Beings, with Stephen Phillips and Tim P, the iconic composing and songwriting duo and founders of Bosshouse Music. In 2004, Amanda would sing the theme song A Place in Time for the critically-acclaimed television series, The 4400.
Today Amanda has won several prestigious awards for her latest album "Walking In Twos". She continues to volunteer as a vocalist, songwriter and musician, for organizations such as the Daniel Pearl Foundation http://danielpearl.org/ America Victory Orchestra https://www.facebook.com/AmericanVictoryOrchestra and a singer with the Holiday Music Making a Difference, an organization consisting of regular folks to Rock Stars of all eras and genres who visit and entertain nursing homes throughout Los Angeles and Southern California during every Holiday Season. www.HolidayMusicMakingADifference.com.