As a Recording Artist
With influences ranging from the sequinned splendour of the ‘70s, through the moody dance grooves of the '90s to the sexy beats of trip hop, Amanda Easton creates a post modern discotecque experience with her well-crafted pop tunes and soaring voice. She's released two albums and two EPS with 2 of her singles appearing in the top 10 of the independent Aussie charts. Her music videos and live performances have graced Aussie television screens including 'MTV'. All her original material is on iTunes and other download stores. Visit BandCamp for the best deal and to also to see all the lyrics.
"Here is a singer who sounds strong, confident, sassy, sexy and in control of everything. She takes you into that smoky club, complete with red velvet seats; she's up on that stage and you're hanging onto every word she sings." Review of Amanda Easton by Malcolm Carter, Pennyblack Music, Sweden.
As a Session Singer
Her rich vocals have seen her perform for the who's who of Australian corporations and twice at the ARIA Awards. She's appeared onstage as backing vocalist for some of Australia's best loved musical legends including Glenn Shorrock, Powderfinger, Marcia Hines, James Reyne and Vanessa Amarosi and has been on national and international tours with multi-platinum artists Richard Clapton and Wendy Matthews.
She's also lent her voice as a lead and backing vocalist to many other artists' and commercial recording projects including international DJ releases.
As a Showgirl
She has performed in prestigious venus throughout Australia from the Entertainment Centre to 5 Star Hotels, major clubs and regular appearances at the iconic Basement at Circular Quay and the Taronga Zoo Twilight Series. She has also done stints in Japan, Bali, Malaysia, Noumea as well as toured throughout Europe. She is currently appearing in many shows and bands including: Rumours, The Fleetwood Mac Tribute, Never Ending 80s, The Classic Kings:Rocking the Seventies, Friday on my Mind: A Tribute to Vanda & Young, The First Ladies of Soul, The Swell Sisters: Sweethearts of the 60s, 'Burning Down the House: The Story of CBGBs and 'Let's Spend the Night Together: a Tribute to the Rolling Stones'. She also performs in her own cabaret show and and as a soloist, singing and playing the piano. She has her own 2-4 piece band 'Dance Little Sister' for weddings, parties and corporate functions.
As a Producer
Amanda has produced and hosted her own 13 Episode TV Series showcasing female singers called 'PopTarts' for TVS in Sydney and Channel 31 in Melbourne. She's managed, produced and performed in shows including 'The Princesses of Pop: Katy, Gaga & Rihanna' and 'The Swell Sisters - Sweethearts of the 60s'. She has co-produced and performed in three sold out shows at The Sydney Opera House: 'Ladies Sing the Blues: A Tribute to 100 Years of Billie Holiday' (2015) and 'Sophisticated Ladies: A Tribute to 100 Years of Ella Fitzgerald' (two shows in 2017).
As a Songwriter
As well as writing her own theatrical electronic pop tunes, Amanda has written songs in many different pop styles for other artists and for commercial use. She also regularly writes toplines (lyrics and melodies) for other producers and DJs. She recently signed a publishing deal with Spaghetti Publishing. Many of her songs have been nominated for Australian and international songwriting awards.
"Easton is a distinguished artist in her own right (just listen to her All That I Need, a blues-tinged jazz-pop ballad, of the highest order, with a not-so-vaguely haunting Twin Peaks aesthetic)...She’s a picture of sexy elegance, glamour and poise. More importantly, she has the seasoned maturity to
really deliver, vocally."
Brad Sykes, 'Syke on Stage, 2017.