About Amber Leigh
Singer/songwriter AmberLeigh has spent every chapter of her life on stage. The South-Florida native was found side stage in a playpen while her father, a musician himself, performed. She then fronted her own band by the age of 10 and now, residing in Nashville, performs over 200 shows a year across the country.
Amber Leigh is known for her fiery fiddle playing, and is widely recognized by her red hair. Leigh has released nine full length original albums, all to critical acclaim. Her unique, “Country with a touch of Celtic flair”, sound has led to a strong fan base that has seen her share the stage with country music’s finest including Keith Urban, Kelsea Ballerini, Lady Antebellum among others.
Her latest EP, “Dust to Gold”, captures her live energy in a studio performance while showcasing her strong songwriting ability. The first single, “Gonna Hurt Tomorrow”, co-written with Will Rambeaux (Faith Hill, Patty Loveless) and Sherrie Austin (Blake Shelton, George Strait), sets the tone for what promises to be an exciting year.
Leigh has been seen nationwide for The Nashville Christmas Parade, featured on the USA network, CMT, and full concert series on The Nashville Network. Additionally, her songs have been heard on The Disney Channel internationally as well as featured at Disney World.
A resident performer at the world famous Wildhorse Saloon & The General Jackson Showboat, Leigh says Nashville will always be her home, where she shares a love of fitness, outdoor activities, cooking, and raising daughter Ciara with her husband Matt, who happens to be Leigh’s drummer.
Leigh continues to support organizations such as Wounded Warriors Project, The Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Humane Society, and the American Cancer Society.