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Amanda Somerville
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Amanda Somerville is an American singer-songwriter and vocal coach better known for her collaborations with various European metal bands. Since 1999 she has resided and worked mainly in Germany and the Netherlands. Her voice range is lyrical mezzo-soprano, her solo career focuses on soft and elegant pop/rock with some hard rock, folk and soul music influences. Her solo discography includes a notable incursion on operatic metal: Aina: Days of Rising Doom. In a business where image often overshadows substance, Amanda Somerville gives the industry CPR with a breath of sincerity through music that is so real, it's goosebump-inducing. The windows to this songwriter's soul are her songs, which are ambient and groovy, yet extremely radio-friendly. Combining heart and soul with hit song-writing, you're bound to be moved. Since 2000, Amanda has resided and worked mainly in Germany and the Netherlands . In that time, she has independently sold over 7,000 CDs of her solo work and gainned thousands of fans all over the world. She is currently engaged in both studio and live work in Europe and is exploring options for her latest solo album, "Windows." Discography Solo: -In the Beginning There Was... (Debut Album, 2000) -Blue Nothing (EP, 2000) -Never Alone (EP, 2003) sold approx. 5,000 copies in Germany . -Aina: Days of Rising Doom (2003) - wrote concept and all lyrics, co-wrote music, worked as vocalist, vocal coach. Sold approx. 40,000 copies and garnered many new fans world-wide. Included several famous guest musicians such as Glenn Hughes, Sass Jordan, T.M. Stevens. -Windows (release date unspecified) new solo album currently being finished New project with own symphonic metal band: Trillium - Alloy (November 2011) Other bands & projects: -HDK - System Overload (due in 2008); co-writer, vocalist, co-producer, engineer -Avantasia - The Scarecrow (due in 2007); vocalist -Andre Matos - Time To Be Free (due in 2007); worked as vocalist, engineer -Epica - The Phantom Agony (2003), We Will Take You With Us (2004), Consign to Oblivion (2005), The Road to Paradiso (due in 2007), The Divine Conspiracy (due in 2007); worked as vocal coach, vocalist, co-writer, engineer, producer -After Forever - Invisible Circles (2004), Remagine (2005); worked as lyric editor, co-writer, vocal coach, vocalist, producer; After Forever (2007); worked as lyric editor and vocalist. -Asrai - Touch in the Dark (2004): worked as lyrical editor; Pearls in Dirt (due in 2007); worked as songwriter, vocalist -Ebony Ark - Decoder (2006); worked as vocalist, producer -Kamelot - The Black Halo (2005), Ghost Opera (2007); worked as vocalist, lyrical editor -Phaeno Science Center (2005); commissioned to write and perform song about and for the grand opening of science center by Zaha Hadid, Frank Oppenheimer and Joe Ansel -Boehringer Ingelheim (2005); commissioned to write 2 jingles for new swine vaccine:) -Edguy - Hellfire Club (2003), Rocket Ride (2005); worked as vocalist, lyrical editor -Shaman - Ritual (2002), Reason (2005); worked as vocalist, lyrical editor -Mob Rules - Hallowed Be Thy Name (2002), Ethnolution A.D. (2006); worked as vocalist -Luca Turilli (Rhapsody) - Prophet of the Last Eclipse (2002); worked as vocalist -Virgo - Virgo (2001); worked as vocalist, lyrical editor -Various other bands (Felony, Reverend Right Time and the First Cousins of Funk, Lunatica, Brainstorm, etc.) Official Website: My Space:

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