Amanda Sadler is a Canadian singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and passionate philanthropist from Kingston, ON. With a fresh contemporary sound, Sadler is poised to make her mark on Country music. Her angelic vocals with a hint of edge and talent for creating moments both on stage and in her songwriting have already captured the attention of Canadian Country radio and the industry alike. Sadler released her self-penned debut EP The Light in August of 2015, which was recorded at Willisoundz in Nashville, TN. The EP features two radio singles, including the infectiously catchy “Nice Just Ain’t Your Colour,” which awarded Sadler a semi-finalist position in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition.
2016 has proven that Sadler’s star is on the rise, having recently been selected to showcase at the CCMA Country Music Week as part of the “Diamonds in the Rough,” and continuing to garner the praise of industry professionals:
“Amanda is already developing into a force to be reckoned with both as a singer and songwriter. It is one thing to write songs that are crafted beautifully, which Amanda does, but it puts you on a completely different level to write songs that truly stir your soul, and Amanda is capable of doing exactly that.”
– Michael George, Broken Chart Records
Classically trained in both piano and vocals, Sadler is no stranger to the stage, performing since the age of five. This seasoned performer has recently taken the stage at notable gigs such as the YGK Craft Beer Fest, as well as a debut writer’s round alongside award-winning songwriter Steve Wilkinson (The Wilkinsons). Sadler has also appeared as a feature artist in the Country 93.5 sponsored Country Music in the Park showcase.
This year continues to be an exciting one for Sadler, having recently returned from a writing stint in Nashville, TN. Currently working with producer Dave “Dwave” Thomson (Lady Antebellum, Autumn Hill), she is excited to release some of her highly anticipated new music. Her newest radio single "Drop The Needle Down," written with Patricia Conroy and Dave "Dwave" Thomson is now at Canadian Country radio.
With a drive and unparalleled work ethic that far exceeds her 26 years, and a fire to share her music and passion, she has quickly become a name to watch in the Canadian Country music scene.