Amanda Lynn gives us a multidimensional fusion of sound as you spin out to her latest track, "Magnolia."
This southern peach hails from Cartersville, Georgia, and the first stage she graced was her daddy's 1980 Chevy pickup truck's tailgate. Amanda's musically wired mind has always had a song itching to make it out onto a page, Amanda grew up writing music and singing into broomsticks and hairbrushes. Amanda has evolved far further than singing into her hairbrush, gracing our stereos with her fiery and unapologetic harmonies.
"Magnolia" has the soundscape of a sweet southern ice tea, its refreshing, crisp, and has a bite- that bite is Amanda's angelically devilish voice. There is a distorted, resonating electric guitar that first grabs your attention as a fiddle wails away as Amanda's voice enters center stage.
A voice like Amanda's doesn't come along often, and there isn't anything cookie-cutter about her voice, it's captivating and memorable. Amanda's voice feels like home. "Magnolia's" lyrics are emotional and transformative, offering a glimpse into Amanda's imaginative songwriting abilities. "Magnolia" will imprint on you; we will not be forgetting Amanda Lynn's voice anytime soon.