December 2, 2019

Greetings out there!

I'm excited to release A New Beginning, the song commission that my band and I created for the Humane Society of Southern Arizona (HSSA) New Beginnings Canine program. The program partners with Department of Corrections (DOC) and their crew members to train dogs that require special behavioral attention to help make them more adoptable. Not only do the four-legged ones receive the care and attention they need to help with socialization, but fellow DOC members become more deeply rooted in purpose and community by taking part in this meaningful partnership. 

The song features production and engineering by Steven Lee Tracy, myself on keys and vocals, Doug Floyd on electric guitar, Jay Trapp on bass, Ralph Gilmore on drums, and mastering by Adam Boose (Cauliflower Audio Mastering). 

Thank you to the generous donors who made this program and song possible, and thank you to HSSA for their amazing work making our world a better, more compassionate place. Proceeds from this song will benefit the HSSA New Beginnings Canine Program. If you'd like to donate directly to HSSA, click HERE.

You can stream this song and my other music on SpotifyPandora, Amazon Unlimited (Alexa and Echo know my name!), AppleMusic, YouTube, etc; or purchase the song(s) on iTunes, CDBaby or through my website.

Thank you deeply for supporting my music and projects!

Amber

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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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RAISE ME UP

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