february 8, 2019

A BIG thank you to Stubby’s House of Christmas for reviewing my “Be the Peace” album. Check it out here:   http://www.stubbyschristmas.com/home/dont-you-forget-about-these

I recently wrapped up a song collaboration with artist Diana Madaras and filmmaker Sandra Levine in honor of the Madaras Gallery 20th Anniversary Celebration. Diana awoke to her calling later in life – a story with which I resonate becoming a musician after having a nursing career. It was interesting to lyrically weave in the theme of following one's call with the imagery of Diana's paintings. The song serves as a soundscape to a video produced by Sandra Levine that features Diana's vibrant artwork. You can check out the “Poetry of Light” song and video below.

I’m currently writing for my new singer/songwriter album that we’ll record this fall.  I’ve got new material and am digging into my “unfinished songs” archive to give life to the “old” in a “new” way.  

Isn’t that what life is? A constant re-invention of all the pieces of the past into each new day?  ‘Tis a beautiful journey.  I’ll keep you posted.  

I am beyond grateful for the community of support that I’ve had in the last 15 years of pursuing my musical dreams.  

Thank you for visiting my website.  

Wishing you peace as we continue to spin into 2019.  


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 Norgaard Band Performing at Prime Time Wednesdays

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Resurrection Lutheran Church, 11575 N 1st Ave, Oro Valley, AZ 85737

Lunch served at 11:30a. Music starts at 12:30p. If you'd like to have lunch, there is a suggested donation of $10 to cover the food costs. Otherwise, no charge for the show (unless you'd like to give a love offering at the end). No tickets or reservations required. Just come and have fun!