February 9, 2020

Greetings out there!

Winter is my busy season in the Sonoran Desert. In addition to being booked steadily with private events, I've been carving out moments of quiet to hear the sounds from beyond...in other words, to wrap up writing my new album. I'm very excited to head into the studio with my band in March to begin recording. 

In the meantime, you are welcome to stream my music on any streaming platform or purchase it on my music page.  I welcome every listen and fraction of a penny to re-invest in this new project.

I will keep you posted! Thank you for following my music.

Wishing you peace,

P.S. "I don't want to wait another season"...check out the video of my song "Be the Peace" from our Amber & Friends concert in December.

Read Amber's interview and story in Natural Awakenings magazine:
Amber Norgaard: Tucson's Folk-Rock Goddess

Check out the Take It Higher song and video commission I recently released. We'd be honored if you'd like to help us rebuild lives through education by donating to the Multanen Legacy Scholarship Fund.

May we all dig deep within our hearts amidst the trials and tribulations of life, tap into our inner "SISU" to stay the course, "be the love we came here to be" and "Take It Higher." 

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Amber & Sabra Unity Concert Series Featuring THE TUCSONICS!

Unity in the Valley, 17630 S. Camino de Las Quintas, Sahuarita, AZ 85629

Amber and Sabra are excited to feature and be joined by these brilliant musicians. This band of seasoned Tucson musicians includes Nick Coventry (fiddle), Matt Mitchell (guitar), Alvin Blaine (slide and pedal steel guitar), Lex Browning (any stringed instrument!), Evan Dain (upright bass), and Fred Hayes (drums). Specializing in Western Swing classics, cowboy standards, and fiddle and dance tunes, the Tucsonics are known to sprinkle some jazz tunes into the mix of songs by the legendary Bob Wills, Tex Williams, Spade Cooley, Merle Haggard and others. They swing hard and dazzle with improvisations while sharing their love of the genre as they talk about the origins and history of this uniquely fun American music, throwing in vocal harmonies along the way.

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Watch Amber's "Raise Me Up" video inspired by the stories of the horses, produced by Marcus De Leon and filmed on site at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary