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The best kept secret in music


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Alter Ego LP (2004)
Revel EP (2003)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Recently invited to open for the DAVE MATTHEWS BAND on their second stage (August 31, 2004), Ama's brand of rock-soul continues to win her accolades from notable music industry veterans and Bay-Area radio stations.

Raised around the world, this talented Stanford University graduate has a star quality all her own.

San Francisco's radio ALICE @ 97.3 (KLLC) hails Ama as an emerging artist to watch. The station invited the rock-soul singer-songwriter to perform at a station sponsored show with Hollywood Records artist Josh Kelley on November 20th 2003.

Ama's sophisticated lyrics and radio friendly music attracts fans of all ages across music genres. Ama's songs continue to receive commercial radio play on Channel 104.9 KCNL (San Jose-San Francisco). Channel 104.9 listeners voted Ama the top Bay-Area band/artist in May 2003 and selected her to perform with Maroon 5 in front of 3,000 people at Channel 104.9's Foster's Music In The Other Park concert (June 5, 2003).

Ama's new album ALTER EGO was produced by Bay-Area producer/engineer Tone who won a Grammy for his work on Carlos Santana's album Shaman. Ama's upcoming plans also include working with famed producer Jack Douglas (Aerosmith, John Lennon). "There are no minuses to this girl," says Douglas, the Grammy Award winning Rock & Roll Hall of Fame producer. "She's charming, graceful, smart, and beautiful. She's also really humble and has a big smile that's really warm. Ama was featured on the front page of the San Jose Mercury New's Arts and Entertainment section as an artist of 'Star Quality' (Sunday December 2, 2002, 3-page spread) where Douglas among others were quoted.

Early in her career, Ama performed at Madison Square Garden as part of Eve Ensler's celebrity fundraiser V-Day 2001. Ensler, famed author of the Vagina Monologues, invited Ama to perform with other celebrities including Joan Osborne, Queen Latifah, Oprah Winfrey, and Brooke Shields to raise money and awareness in an effort to end violence against women.

Recently Ama has performed with other notable national acts including The Donnas, Evanescence, Ben Kweller, Switchfoot, LIT, Sugar Cult and Josh Kelley.