Amanda Jane Duncan
Gig Seeker Pro

Amanda Jane Duncan

Ashburn, Virginia, United States | SELF

Ashburn, Virginia, United States | SELF
Band Country Singer/Songwriter


This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



This band has no press


Amanda Jane Duncan (2010)
All songs: Amanda Jane Duncan(SOCAN)
Produced by Brad Prosko

Single for release April 25th, 2011- 'Lilacs"

Lead Guitar - Russell Broom
Lead Guitar/Acoustic Guitar/Banjo - Brad Prosko
Bass Guitar- Brian Kelly
Drums/Percussion - Jayson Brinkworth
Fiddle - Allison Granger
B3 Organ - Jeff Mcleod
Pedal Steel - Scott Smith
Keyboard/Background Vocals - Amanda Jane Duncan



If you peeled back the layers of Amanda Jane's soul you would find roots grounded in faith, nurtured in love and fed by a burning desire for all things country. Amanda grew up on a grain farm near Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Canada - in what she likes to call the "Texas of the North". Out on the farm the only station that came in was country, and those songs that played on the kitchen radio would prove to greatly influence who she became as an artist.
Amanda merged her musical and writing abilities, songwriting while still in high school. Growing up the youngest of nine had given her valuable insight into tackling songs about love and life. All of which led her down the road towards a career in country music.
Her self-titled debut album, released in late 2010, focuses on love and the taste is bittersweer. From "Only A Harbour" to "Ambrosia", the songs are raw with honesty and the delivery at times is fiery. But her honeyed vocals wash over your heart like a tonic in ballads like "Thousand-forty Acres". Those writing skills are also on display, with all songs having been penned by Amanda Jane including one co-write with Saskatchewan Artist Kal Hourd.
Her 7-song record features many talented musicians, including Doc Walker's Murray Pulver (lead guitar on "How To Break A Heart"), as well as Russell Broom (Jann Arden). Produced by Brad Prosko at Saskatchewan Country Music Association award winning studio "B-Rad Studio".
She has showcased at the SCMA awards weekend, Craven Country Jamboree, Gateway Festival, and her song "Lilacs" is featured on SaskMusic's 2011 compilation "In Tune". "Lilacs" is also her first song for radio release set for April 25th, 2011.
Amanda Jane's music is organic, heartfelt and honest. Real songs about real life.

Band Members