Amber Sweeney is a jazzy, blues/soul, singer-songwriter who fills up a room with her powerhouse voice and accomplished guitar chops. She is known for being engaging and truly entertaining during her live performances. Her talent is her musicianship, her passion is her songwriting, and her “it” factor is her voice.
Because Amber is a solo act, hiring her will give you a wide variety of options. She can be hired just for her guitar, or for her voice & guitar, or you can opt to have her bring a full band that backs her. Please feel free to contact us for any one of the above options, or any combination of options.
Amber has been privileged to play at a variety of venues over the years, including: Hard Rock Cafe Seattle (Seattle, WA) Maryhill Winery (Goldendale, WA), Bossanova Ballroom (Portland, OR), Genghis Cohen's (Los Angeles, CA), The Corn Palace (Mitchell, SD), The Whiskey A Go-Go (Los Angeles, CA), The Troubador (Los Angeles, CA) The Rutledge - Tin Pan South (Nashville, TN), Moulton Falls Winery (Yacolt, WA) to name a few.
Along with recording and performing, Amber is involved in a number of local and national organizations: As a radio personality for Portland Radio Project, and as a voting member of The Recording Academy. Amber is also affiliated with ASCAP.
Amber's voice, musical talent, and songwriting have also been featured in two CW television series: One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected ("Flying Machine," "Girl In The Moon," "Quicksand," "Maybe," "Stars," "Feel This" - written by Jonathan Jackson of Enation) while one half of the duo known as Everly. Her voice has also been featured in Stephen King's film adaptation of Riding The Bullet, while bass player and back up singer for the rock band Enation. She can also be heard on another northwest band's album, The Alleged Album by One From Many ("Tears We Cry Alone" and "Shape Of Your Heart").