Amanda Page Cornett found a love for singing, writing, and performing before she turned 9 years old. Cornett was born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, a mid-size town responsible for musicians, like The Marshall Tucker Band and Pinky Anderson. She played with many churches, school, and community groups as a child. After playing her first original song at the age of 13, Cornett knew that she found her true calling.
Upon graduating from the University of Flordia, Cornett moved to Nashville, TN. By working on her skills as an entertainer, vocalist, and songwriter, Cornett developed her different “southern rock n’ soul” sound, which combined country, rock, blues, and soul.
She was featured in the 2009 movie, “Junkyard Dog,” and also has acted in many films, music videos, and commercials. Also, she got the chance to work with Kristi Manna’s Songwriter Girl Camp. Cornett has also written with many known writers including Mark Narmore, Spooner Oldham, Rich Fagan, Will Rambeaux, Greg Lawson (pop), and Kristi Manna.
Cornett also volunteered with many different types of organizations such as the Salkehatchie Summer Service and participates in different fundraisers for conditions like the Cystic Fibrosis and ALS. Her band Almost Angels, features the sibling trio Sherry Peterson-Tenille, Shawn Peterson, and Randall Scott Peterson. Together they have had the honor to play with musicians including bassist Tim Lawter (Marshall Tucker Band) as well as Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame drummer Artimus Pyle (Lynyrd Skynyrd).
Cornett’s album “Front Porch Rebel,” was released in 2018 and was recorded at NuttHouse Studio in Sheffield, AL and features songs written at Muscle Shoals’ famous Fame Studios (Aretha Franklin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, and Etta James).
On October 11, 2019, Cornett new single “Throw a Lil Gas,” came out. If you would like to find out more about Amanda Page Cornett then check out her website at (https://www.amandapagecornett.com).
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