Nashville didn’t see fiery sensation Amber Leigh coming and now, she’s sweeping the country with her unique sound and positive energy. A fiddle player who’s not afraid to blend the sounds of country with pop and celtic music as well, Amber hopes her music stands out above the rest.
Having played the fiddle since the age of four and starting to pursue music by age ten, Amber is no stranger to the industry. In fact her husband produced her newest single Gonna Hurt Tomorrow, a song she hopes acts as a wake up call to the heartbroken, warning how a night out won’t change anything. Meanwhile the song’s relatability inspires her listeners to accept their emotions and know that there are people out there going through the exact same thing.
Working on a new EP to be released in the upcoming months, Amber is prepared to share her journey with her listeners. Often writing of personal experiences she wants her music to impact her fans as if she were there having a conversation with them. The EP features personal tracks such as her song Home, which tells of her story as an artist, as well as upbeat tracks.
With a variety of songs on the EP, Amber is confident she will keep em’ coming back for more. So make sure to check out Gonna Hurt Tomorrow here and follow Amber on Instagram and Twitter @amber_leigh for more music news.
I am currently a student at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles as a marketing major. Upon realizing that I wanted to change the way people perceive country music and to help women have a voice, I began The Women of Country in 2015 promoting new female artists and sharing their stories with the world. You can find me via Instagram @nicolemmarchesi or contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org